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Appendix A: Study Committee Biographies
Pages 257-266

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From page 259...
... Dr. Schneider is managing editor of Distributed Computing, co-managing editor of the Springer-Verlag texts and monographs in computer science, and a member of the editorial boards for ACM Computing Surveys, IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, High Integrity Systems, Information Processing Letters, and Annals of Software Engineering.
From page 260...
... in computer science from Iowa State University.
From page 261...
... He chairs the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Web Transaction Security Working Group, and he wrote Internet RFC 1507: "DASS Distributed Authentication Security Service." He holds more than 20 patents in the fields of computer networking and computer security.
From page 262...
... The specific topic areas include formal specification, specification-capture processes, software architectures especially involving protection shells, verification including rigorous inspections and testing, and the exploitation of reuse for dependability. Steven McGeady Steven McGeady is vice-president of Intel Corporation's Content Group and director of Intel's Health Technology Initiative.
From page 263...
... McGeady led the development of Intel's Indeo video compression technology, key components of the ProShare videoconferencing products, Intel's and Turner Broadcasting's CNN@Work networked video delivery system, the Intercast technology for broadcast Web pages, Intel's Common Data Security Architecture, and numerous other advanced technology products. As vice-president and director of Internet technology, Mr.
From page 264...
... He is a regular speaker at industry and academic conferences, frequently gives lectures and tutorials on security, and holds several patents. He has been a member of the World Wide Web Consortium's Security Advisory Board and Netscape's Security Advisory Board and frequently consults on the design of communications security systems for electronic commerce.
From page 265...
... He is actively working on several systems projects touching on subjects including electronic auction technology, special electronic commerce protocols for cryptographic postal indicia to prevent forgery, secure remote execution, and user interfaces for computer security. His previous systems work includes NetBill (a system for low-cost online microtransactions)
From page 266...
... He is the holder of three and co-holder of five patents in the field, the author and co-author of a book and numerous papers, and a frequent lecturer. He has been a member of numerous government and industry working groups and panels in the United States and Canada, including the committees of the National Research Council that produced the reports Computers at Risk and For the Record.


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