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He joined IBM Research as a programmer in 1956, where he worked on such iconic systems as the first 704 and the first 650 Tape System, US Steel One, and with such industry pioneers as Nathaniel Rochester, Arthur Samuels, Jerrier Haddad, and Frederick Brooks. He managed the design and development of the access control subsystem for IBM's Advanced Administrative System and has since been associated with security, audit, and control. He has been recognized as a "founder" of the systems audit field and as a "pioneer" of computer security. After retiring from IBM in 1987, he has been associated with Ernst & Young, Deloitte, TruSecure, Cybertrust, and Verizon Business. He serves on the faculty of the Naval Postgraduate School. He also serves on the board of (ISC)^2, the certifying body for computer security professionals. In 2016, he was inducted into National Cyber Security Hall of Fame.
Noted For:Board member, IT History Society; Computer security pioneer
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