Dooley Presented Paper at Symposium

On October 23, John Dooley, William & Marilyn Ingersoll Professor of Computer Science, presented a paper at the 15th Biennial NSA Center for Cryptologic History Symposium. The paper is entitled “Spies in America: German Spies and MI-8 in World War I,” and is about German espionage, sabotage, and cryptology in the early period of WWI when the U.S. was still “neutral”. (MI-8 is the Code and Cipher section of the American Military Intelligence organization.)