Ever wanted to see an Enigma Machine in Person?

Update: This event was cancelled. I will try to catch the updates and follow up here.

If you buy a ticket and show up at Portland State University on March 25th, author and Chief Security Officer Marcus H. Sachs will be presenting a brief history of cryptography and a live demonstration of an original WWII Enigma encryption machine along with a networking event.

I’m not sure if I can make it that night, but I drool over old cryptography and telephony hardware and love the stories and history that go along with each surviving device.

Author: Charley Lucas

Silicon Design Verification | OVM Testbench Development | Hardware Security | Perpetual Student

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