NSA News & Highlights

Tag: cryptology

Sept. 16, 2015

Are You Up to the Challenge? NSA Issues the 2015 Codebreaker Challenge for College Students

Witness the annual Codebreaker Challenge to gain a better understanding of the agency's mission to defend and protect the nation.

April 24, 2015

George C. Marshall Foundation and National Security Agency Debut Friedman Collection and the Declassification and Release of William Friedman's Official Papers

As part of the new George C. Marshall Legacy Series recognizing events from General Marshall's career, the Marshall Foundation and National Security Agency debuted its "Friedman Collection and the Declassification and Release of William Friedman's Official Papers" at the Marshall Library on Thursday, April 23, 2015.

April 6, 2011

NSA/CSS Inducts Four Pioneers into the National Cryptologic Museum's Hall of Honor

Four pioneers of American cryptology were inducted into the NSA/CSS Hall of Honor today at the National Cryptologic Museum. In his keynote remarks during the induction ceremony, John C. Inglis, Deputy Director, National Security Agency, highlighted the distinguished achievements of each of the inductees.

Jan. 9, 2007

National Cryptologic Museum Unveils Portions of Kahn Collection

The National Cryptologic Museum has put on display some works from its recently acquired world's greatest collection of books on codes and ciphers. The collection has been donated by the leading historian of that field David Kahn author of The Codebreakers.

Sept. 11, 2000

New Exhibit Showcases Vital Role of Cryptology in the Korean Conflict

On 18 September 2000 at 6:00 p.m. Lt Gen Michael V. Hayden USAF Director National Security Agency/Chief Central Security Service will officiate at the unveiling of a new National Cryptologic Museum exhibit highlighting the vital role cryptology played in several crucial events during the Korean conflict.