[conspire] (forw) Save the Date: Celebrating 30 years of PKI - October 26

Rick Moen rick at linuxmafia.com
Wed Aug 9 18:54:01 PDT 2006

This _could_ be a real humdinger -- especially given that Whitfield
Diffie and Martin Hellman are local.  As is, I think, Phil Zimmerman(?).

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Date: Wed, 09 Aug 2006 18:48:13 -0700
To: rick at linuxmafia.com
From: Computer History Museum <event at computerhistory.org>
Subject: Save the Date:  Celebrating 30 years of PKI - October 26


   Celebrating 30 years of PKI   [Save_the_Date_2.jpg]


   A public event celebrating 30 years of public-key cryptography. This
   memorable evening celebration will honor the inventors, the
   inventions, the milestones, and the future of PKI. The program,
   moderated by Steven Levy, author of Crypto and senior editor of
   Newsweek, will conclude with opinions on the state of the industry
   today and audience Q&A.


   Computer History Museum, 1401 N. Shoreline Blvd., Mountain View CA
   94043 (Hwy. 101 at Shoreline)


   October 26, 2006--6 to 9 p.m.
   6:00--7:00 p.m. Private Member and VIP Reception and tours--museum's
   gallery area
   6:30--6:45 p.m. Priority VIP seating in Hahn Auditorium
   7:00--9:00 p.m. Public panel presentation with Steven Levy and
   audience Q&A.

   [1]Sponsored by 

   Please join us on October 26th for this special reception and panel
   presentation. Mark your calendars now and watch your mailbox for
   further program details to follow shortly or check in at


   1. http://www.voltage.com/
   2. http://www.computerhistory.org/events

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