"The NSA describes the CNSA as a 'suite of algorithms identified in CNSS Advisory Memorandum 02-15 for protecting NSS up to and including TOP SECRET classification. This suite of algorithms will be incorporated in a new version of the National Information Assurance Policy on the Use of Public Standards for the Secure Sharing of Information Among National Security Systems (CNSSP-15 dated October 2012). The Advisory Memorandum and Policy define the set of public cryptographic standards that may be used to protect NSS until acceptable public standards for quantum resistant cryptography exist and are approved for use in NSS by the Committee for National Security Systems (CNSS).'"
Welp. So they're beefing up their encryption, wonderful. Anyone else here find this worrying?