NCMF members and non-members are invited to consider the following co-located events as 'Three Days of Cryptologic History' and to attend all three days of presentations. The NCMF office will respond to all queries concerning the three-day program via the links in the following paragraph: refer to the advertisement in the current issue of Eye Spy magazine...
The National Security Agencys Center for Cryptologic History sponsors a biennial Cryptologic History Symposium, considered the premier event in this field of history. The theme for the 2013 symposium, to be held on October 17-18 at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory's Kossiakoff Conference Center (just west of Laurel, Maryland) is "Technological Change and Cryptology: Meeting the Historical Challenges". A complete agenda and registration information will be available in mid-August. Contact Dr. Kent Sieg, the Symposiums Executive Director, by telephone at (301) 688 2336 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On 12th March 2014 retired FBI Special Agent Jim Ohlson, counterintelligence and counterterrorism specialist, will address National Cryptologic Museum Foundation members and guests in the L3 auditorium: his talk "Robert Hansen, the Traitor, my Friend" will begin at 10:00 and will be followed by a catered lunch. For registration information and directions to L3 please contact the foundation office at (301) 688 5436/7 or via email. The registration fee for non-members will include a year's membership in NCMF.
For additional information on events to be held by the National Cryptologic Museum Foundation and for foundation membership details see the NCMF web pages that start here.
For information on events to be held at Bletchley Park see the BP website. The co-located National Museum of Computing has a number of events planned for the coming year. For details see the NMoC website.
The Association of Former Intelligence Officers has an exciting events program at venues throughout the United States. For details visit the AFIO website.
The OSS Society holds events throughout the year. For details see the OSSS website.
Another useful source is the Eye-Spy
magazine website: click here.
*Caveat: the information above was correct at
the time of posting but if interested in a particular event you are advised to check the
details with the appropriate source via the direct hyperlink given .
updated 12 August 2013