Skip main navigation

Final thoughts

Chris Hughes reflects on what we've covered during the past few weeks together.

We hope you’ve enjoyed this short course looking through some mathematical aspects in the history of cryptography.

If there’s anything you’d like to discuss further, or questions you’d like to ask, then join the discussion down below.

This article is from the free online

The Mathematics of Cryptography: From Ancient Rome to a Quantum Future

Created by
FutureLearn - Learning For Life

Reach your personal and professional goals

Unlock access to hundreds of expert online courses and degrees from top universities and educators to gain accredited qualifications and professional CV-building certificates.

Join over 18 million learners to launch, switch or build upon your career, all at your own pace, across a wide range of topic areas.

Start Learning now