Don Coppersmith

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Don Coppersmith is a cryptographer who worked for many years at IBM where he was involved in the design of both the 1970s Data Encryption Standard and MARS, IBM's entry in the AES competition at about the turn of the century.

As of 2010, he is at the Institute for Defense Analyses.