RSA 2015 – Lessons from 1919

We attended the RSA Conference in San Francisco this week.  There were two giant convention halls filled with latest in information security.  In addition to the in-booth presentations, there were continuous presentations and panels discussing security.  Jeh Johnson, the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, was a keynote speaker. Yet, in this sea of the new, the most interesting thing was something patented almost a century ago. In the NSA’s booth (yes, that NSA) was this:


A wooden box about the size of a toaster oven — an Enigma machine.  Learn more at our new blog.

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