What agencies does more of hacking and dealing with computers to find out things, CIA or FBI?

What agencies does more of hacking and dealing with computers to find out things, CIA or FBI? and like in the James Bond movies there is always a guy on the computer using maps and stuff to find out where something is and to hack into things. Where could I do that at for a living. Im really into this stuff and i would like to do it when i get older.

Asked By: somebody - 5/25/2009
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NSA gathers a lot of data for the FBI and CIA. The NSA gather the data to support local and foreign mission. It is easier to get into the NSA than CIA or FBI. CIA and FBI require you meet Height and Weight standards to work for them as an agent. NSA is contractor work do though companies like companies lists below... More
Answered By: CheetanDef - 5/25/2009
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CIA hack more its there job to know and find out... fbi its there job to protect and serve on a greater scale.. what you want can be done by any one james bond uses gps tracking its simple... (theortically) ... its in most mobile phones now..
Answered By: - 5/25/2009
well they both deal with it on a counter terrorism level as well as a investigation type things that i know, an am pretty sure they use it for anything else that is needed. now in order to get a job like that it's school school an more of it, an for a gov. job like that it helps to stay out of trouble an know someone... More
Answered By: JR G - 5/25/2009
Good question. id have to say that the CIA. Its name says it all. Central Intelligence Agency and what better way to get intelligence than computers. the FBI along with many governmental and civilian branches relay heavily on computers. Heck, you used a computer to write this answer, check it and probaly give me 10... More
Answered By: Olsjon - 5/25/2009
Answered By: Captain Willard - 5/25/2009
The CIA and FBI do have legitimate concerns but are absolutes neophytes in the arena compared to the those who inhabit that PUZZZLE PALACE NSA(nATIONAL sECURITY aGENCY).
Answered By: mike y - 5/25/2009
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