Good news to report regarding state funding for the CCEI/NCM in this brief Project Update.
Seth Jones’ new book details the dramatic untold story of one of the CIA’s most successful intelligence operations during the Cold War, which has important implications for today’s threat from Russia.
Learn how US Intelligence agencies are using their skills to monitor foreign countries to keep an accurate account of the spread of the coronavirus.
The National Cryptologic Museum is now a Geocaching site. Once it reopens, be sure to revisit this link and find out how you can get involved. Good luck!
In need of some inspiration? We revisit cryptology-inspired artwork from SteAm Night 2019.
In late 2019, archaeologists discovered a sophisticated Soviet spy radio buried in what was once a path through the Hambach Forest in Germany.
"NSOC at 50" Project Seeks YOUR Memories. Help complete the history of NSOC for the 50th Anniversary in 2022.
Laura Nelson reflects on her first year as the NCMF President & CEO, as well as looks ahead to what's in store for the organization in 2020.
In an effort to gain support for a requested $500K bond bill, NCMF staff members educated delegates and senators about the CCEI-NCM at the 12 February NCMF Advocacy Day event.
Major development of a Veteran's Memorial Park in Edgefield County, SC is rapidly progressing. Learn more about this park designed to honor all servicemen and women.
The U.S. recovered memorabilia belonging to Alan Turing that was stolen 30 years ago and is taking steps to return the items to England.
Navy cryptologists urge the U.S. Navy to name a destroyer after Senior Chief Cryptologic Technician (Interpretive) Shannon Kent.
Runners were the most reliable, but also the most dangerous form of communication during WWI.
75 years later, Helen Andrews tells her story of working at Bletchley.
Inspired by a visit the National Cryptologic Museum, writer & photographer Jason Bowling explores how the SIGABA's encryption stayed secure as Enigma fell.