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Gary McGraw, Ph.D. is Vice President of Business Development at
He holds a dual PhD in Cognitive
Science and Computer Science from Indiana University and a BA in
Philosophy from UVa. Dr. McGraw is a noted authority on Java security
and co-authored "Java Security: Hostile Applets, Holes, & Antidotes"
(John Wiley & Sons, 1997), with Prof. Ed Felten of Princeton
University. They are currently writing a second book, "Securing Java:
Getting down to business with mobile code", available in late 1998.
Along with RST's Dr. Jeff Voas, McGraw wrote Software Fault
Injection: Inoculating Programs Against Errors" (Wiley, 1998).
Dr. McGraw has also written over fifty peer-reviewed technical
publications. He is principal investigator on grants from Air Force
Research Labs, DARPA, and NIST's Advanced Technology Program.
Ed Felten, Ph.D. is
an assistant professor of Computer Science at Princeton University.
He leads Princeton's Secure
Internet Programming team, whose work in Java Security is
widely-publicized and world famous. Prof. Felten received his
Ph.D. from the University of Washington and a BS with honors in
physics from Cal Tech. In 1994, Felten was awarded a National Young
Investigator award. His research interests include Java security,
high-performance computer architecture, and networking.
Copyright © 1998, Gary McGraw and Edward Felten