UCL InfoSec Visit at Bletchley Park – Friday 29 Sept 2017

Our trip took place 29 Sept 2017.  Some 32 UCL students participated.

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Students have explored the past in order to find role models for the future.

 

 

 

 

 

Due to large numbers, we have split into two groups for a guided Bletchley Park tour, and also had assisted at two bombe demonstrations.

 

 

 

 

 

Home Work:

Students have been asked to further study at home how Enigma was broken, see back side of our hand-out.

More details can be found in our teaching materials “Enigma and Block Ciphers – 100 years of cryptanalysis with non-commutative combinations of permutations” which slides are studied in UCL COMPGA18/COMPM068 course Cryptanalysis. After our trip many students have asked to do GA18, and unhappily we have run out of space [the course is currently oversubscribed]. z

Acknowledgments: I would like to thank prof. Angela Sasse for financial and moral support for this event, and also for organizing previous events.

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