Douglas Engert has been at Argonne National Laboratory since 1968. During that time he has been involved with computer systems from mainframes to supercomputers to PCs. More recently he has been active with Kerberos, DCE, AFS and has developed much of the original Globus Security Infrastructure. He has been the DOE ESnet Authentication Task force Chairman, and has participated in the Federal Networking Council's Collaborations in Internet Security (CIS), and is the Chairman of the IETF Kerberos Working Group. He has a B. S. from De Paul University and a M.S. from the University of Chicago.