Center for Cryptologic History [CCH] Law and Legal Definition

Center for Cryptologic History (CCH) is a National Security Agency (NSA) component dedicated to the preservation and promotion of cryptologic history. CCH is constituted with professional historians who are veterans of cryptologic operations. CCH keeps history active by enhancing the knowledge and decision-making abilities of the intelligence community (IC). CCH provides historical and objective account of cryptologic history for the agencies such as, IC, the Department of Defense, other government agencies, academia, and the general public.