Communication Security Establishment

Communication Security Establishment

Communications Security Establishment

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Le Communications Security Establishment (abrégé en CSE), ou Centre de la sécurité des télécommunications (abrégé en CST), est le service de renseignement du gouvernement canadien chargé du programme SIGINT.

Le CST a été fondé en 1946 et s’appelait à l’origine Direction des télécommunications du Conseil national de recherches Canada. Depuis 1975, il dépend du ministère de la Défense nationale canadien.

Le CST maintient des relations étroites, depuis la fin de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, avec ses homologues étrangers, plus particulièrement avec ses partenaires du réseau Echelon :

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