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MAC and Other High Level Operating System Security - Paul McNabb


Vital Statistics:

Date of Birth: 12 August 1955
Current Address: 2116 Bristol Road
Champaign, IL 61821 USA
Citizenship: USA
Security Clearance: USA Top Secret

 Bachelor of Sciences in Computer Sciences (BSCS)
 Purdue University, 1980

 Master of Sciences in Computer Sciences (MSCS)
 Purdue University, 1984

 Principal Systems Engineer, CSNET Project
 Purdue University/National Science Foundation, 1981-1984

 Microcomputer Consulting Company, 1983-1995

 Director of Research Facilities
 Purdue University Computer Sciences Department, 1984-1985

 Technical Director
 The UniCom Project, 1985-1988

 Senior Trusted Systems Engineer and Manager, Trusted Products
 Addamax Corporation, 1988-1993

 Vice President and Chief Technology Officer
 Argus Systems Group, Inc., 1993-present

 Source code development included commands, libraries, kernel, networking utilities, and device drivers.

 Three years experience designing and implementing TCP/IP-to-X.25 protocol mapping interfaces within BSD UNIX kernel.

 Ten years of in-depth experience in design, development, documentation, and testing of secure operating systems and networks (C2, B1, CMW). Personally involved in the development and implementation of seven different secure UNIX platforms on a variety of hardware architectures including multiprocessor implementations and multilevel networks.

 Ten years of detailed experience supporting NCSC and ITSEC security evaluations. Work included design of security policy models, security architecture design, documentation preparation, test design, and configuration management. Was personally responsible for defending security architectures before government evaluation authorities.

 Developed training programs, conducted UNIX security seminars, and performed security consulting for government and industry in Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, NATO, the Netherlands, Portugal, Singapore, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

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