Author's Biographical Sketch: Clifford Neuman
Clifford Neuman [M'85] is a scientist at the Information Sciences
Institute of the University of Southern California (USC), Marina del
Rey, California. After receiving an S.B. degree from MIT
in 1985 he spent a year working
for Project Athena where he was one of the principal designers of the
Kerberos authentication system. He received M.S. and Ph.D.
degrees from the University of Washington, where he designed the
Prospero Directory Service which is widely used to locate information
from Internet archive sites. His recent work in the security
area includes the development of a security infrastructure supporting
authorization, accounting, and electronic payment mechanisms.
His e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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