Paul McNabb - Argus Systems Group, Inc.
"New Paradigms for Unix Security"
Apr 18, 1997
AbstractThe security problems associated with Unix are inherent in the system architecture which has remained fundamentally unchanged for nearly 20 years. There exist security technologies that can significantly reduce the threats to Unix systems, but require kernel-based changes. In particular, privileges, mandatory access controls (MAC), capabilities, and authorizations are important tools in securing critical systems, such as servers and firewalls.
About the Speaker
Paul McNabb, a Purdue alumnus, has been involved with Unix systems for 18 years and has been developing Unix security products for 10 years. He has developed and conducted UNIX security seminars, user and administrator training programs, and performed consulting engineering for government and industry in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. He is current the Vice President and Chief Technology Officer for Argus Systems Group, which designs and build high-end security products for government and industry.
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