Australia names first female intelligence chief in history

Australia names first female intelligence chief

The Australian government has appointed a woman to head a major Australian spy agency for the first time in the history, Report informs, citing the

Rachel Noble will become the next director-general of the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD). 

ASD is engaged in interception of electronic communications of foreign states.

“Her appointment to this leadership role is a significant step forward for women in the national security sector and we congratulate her,” Morrison and Defence Minister Linda Reynolds said in a statement.

Noble, who will begin her new role in February 2020

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