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Paul C. Clark
Faculty Associate - Research
Mail Code: CS/Cp
Department of Computer Science
Graduate School of Operational and Information Sciences
Monterey, CA 93943
Phone: 831-656-2395
Email: pcclark (at) nps.edu
Web: faculty.nps.edu/pcclark/
EDUCATION:
MS - Naval Postgraduate School, 1999
BS - California Polytechnic Univ, 1990
NPS EXPERIENCE:
  • 1999-Present: Research Associate, Department of Computer Science
  • 1994-1999: Computer Specialist
OTHER EXPERIENCE:
  • 1991 - 1994 - Gemini Computers: System Programmer, Integration Engineer, Customer Service Manager
  • 1990 - 1991 - MAI/Basic Four: Programmer
  • 1987 - 1990 - Bank of America: Financial Analyst
TEACHING INTERESTS:
  • Biometrics
  • Providing hands-on laboratory exercises to enhance classroom instruction
  • Distributed learning
  • Secure management and operation of computer systems
RESEARCH INTERESTS:
  • 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
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:
  • 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/TECHNOLOGIES:
  • Keywords: Computer Security, Education, Multilevel, Information Assurance, Biometrics



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