- Paul C. Clark
Faculty Associate - Research
Mail Code: CS/Cp
Department of Computer Science
Graduate School of Operational and Information Sciences
Monterey, CA 93943
Email: pcclark (at) nps.edu
MS - Naval Postgraduate School, 1999
BS - California Polytechnic Univ, 1990
- 1999-Present: Research Associate, Department of Computer Science
1994-1999: Computer Specialist
- 1991 - 1994 - Gemini Computers: System Programmer, Integration Engineer, Customer Service Manager
1990 - 1991 - MAI/Basic Four: Programmer
1987 - 1990 - Bank of America: Financial Analyst
Providing hands-on laboratory exercises to enhance classroom instruction
Secure management and operation of computer systems
- Computer Security Education
Modification of Open Source Operating Systems in support of security policies
Cyber Security Policies to support cross-domain solutions
Standards and procedures that support the development of high assurance software
Kernel design and implementation
- P. C. Clark, H. S. Gregg, preface by C. E. Irvine, "Biometric Challenges For Future Deployments: A Study Of The Impact Of Geography, Climate, Culture, And Social Conditions On The Effective Collection Of Biometrics," NPS Technical Report NPS-CS-11-005, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, April 2011.
P. C. Clark, T. E. Levin, C. E. Irvine, D. J. Shifflett, "DNS and Multilevel Security Networks, Architectures and Recommendations," NPS Technical Report NPS-CS-09-004, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, February 2009.
C. E. Irvine, T. D. Nguyen, D. J. Shifflett, T. E. Levin, J. Khosalim, C. Prince, P. C. Clark, and M. Gondree, "MYSEA: The Monterey Security Architecture," in proc. Workshop on Scalable Trusted Computing (ACM STC), Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2009.
T. E. Levin, J. Dwoskin, G. Bhaskara, T. Nguyen, P. Clark, R. Lee, C. Irvine, and T. Benzel, "Securing the dissemination of emergency response data with an integrated hardware-software architecture," in International conference on the technical and socio-economic aspects of trusted computing (TRUST), Lecture Notes in Computer Science, University of Oxford, Springer, April 2009.
C. E. Irvine, T. E. Levin, P. C. Clark, and T. D. Nguyen, "A Security Architecture for Transient Trust, Computer Security Architecture Workshop," Fairfax, VA, October 2008.
- Keywords: Computer Security, Education, Multilevel, Information Assurance, Biometrics