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Driving Change Via Industry Standards

George Cox - Intel Corporation

Apr 30, 1999


This talk, using CDSA as a case study, shows how companies can accelerate changes in the computing industry by causing new standards, implementations, and diffusion to happen. Staffing, technical, political, governmental, licensing, interoperability, and time to market issues and solutions are described. A "volume flow" model is discussed as a way of managing how much change can be accepted and effectively used by the Industry per unit time.

About the Speaker

George manages Intel's Security Technology Laboratory (STL). Along with developing security technologies for use within Intel and broad Industry diffusion, STL's most visible ongoing results revolve around the Common Data Security Architecture (CDSA) - a family of Industry standardized specifications, licensed reference implementations, and early examples of middleware-based toolkit and platform products.
George received his Ph.D. in Computer Sciences from Purdue in 1975.

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