14 Jan 2021 - The National Security Agency released a cybersecurity product, “Adopting Encrypted DNS in Enterprise Environments,” Thursday explaining the benefits and risks of adopting the encrypted domain name system (DNS) protocol, DNS over HTTPs (DoH), in enterprise environments. The release provides solutions for secure implementation based on enterprise network needs.
Released by the Naval War College in Jan 2021, “Ten Years In: Implementing: Strategic Approaches to Cyberspace" represents a look beyond theories and analogies to examine the challenges of strategy implementation. In the essays, practitioners who are building cyberspace forces at-scale join scholars who study power and force in this new domain to collectively offer a unique perspective on the evolution and future of cyber strategy and operations. Forward signed by Gen Paul M. Nakasone (US Army)
The National Cryptologic Museum Foundation is pleased to announce a charitable donation of $1,000,000 from FedData Holdings to support the NCMF’s campaign to construct the Cyber Center for Education and Innovation (CCEI) and the new home of the National Cryptologic Museum (NCM), and to celebrate the contributions to the country by the men and women of the National Security Agency, Cryptologic Services, and their predecessor organizations.
A message from NCMF President & CEO Laura Nelson as we close out 2020. We thank you for your support and invite you to learn more about our hopes & plans for the coming year. Join our journey today!
NCMF Board Member Elonka Dunin has co-authored the book, "Codebreaking: A Practical Guide," with Klaus Schmeh It is available now via Book Depository online and Amazon-UK. It will soon be available soon from Amazon -US.
An international three-person team of codebreakers has solved the Zodiac Killer's 340-character cipher. Learn how they did it in a video from one of the codebreakers, David Oranchak.
"The Codebreaker," a documentary film about Elizebeth Smith Friedman premieres on PBS on January 11, 2021!
In this StationHypo.com article remembers the crew & cryptologist passengers who gave their lives during the Vietnam War in the defense of their country while flying over the South China Sea on December 12, 1971.
German divers who fished an Enigma encryption machine out of the Baltic Sea, used by the Nazis to send coded messages during World War II, handed their rare find over to an archaeology museum for restoration in early December 2020.
Raytheon Missiles & Defense and the University of Arizona are partnering to provide women veterans with mentoring in science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, subjects.
The Foundation extends the warmest of welcomes to Dr. Vince Houghton as he takes the reigns as the Museum's new director. Read more in the @NSAGov article: "From Soldier to Scholar."
In the Fall 2020 Issue of the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs - Terry L. Thompson's article outlines how existing measures to combat Russian disinformation, especially in light of the US's 2020 presidential election, have been ineffective, and lays out what needs to be done to bolster the defenses of the United States and EU against information warfare. Click to view the article and also get a link to see a recorded video of Q&A with Thompson about his article.
In an upcoming NCMF #CyberChat on 2 December 2020, Dr. Whitfield "Whit" Diffie will join us for a discussion about how the original Data Encryption Standard was established.
The National Cryptologic Museum Foundation (NCMF) announced a generous donation from Stuart Wagner and family, and the Donald and Esther Simon Foundation to the Capital Campaign to build the Cyber Center for Education and Innovation (CCEI) Home of the National Cryptologic Museum.
In this History.com article - Learn about the origins of the Native American Code Talkers & how an overheard conversation between two Choctaw Indian soldiers serving in World War I led to a code that confounded German forces.