Unquestioned history of design and development in mainframe software and security. Member of the Enterprise Executive Magazine’s Mainframe Hall of Fame. Designer and primary author of the ACF2 mainframe security software product in 1978 which has now generated more than $1 billion in revenues. Developed software to improve the RACF and ACF2 security system reporting by access analysis and categorization of resources, developed other data security products and contributed to the development of the Shadow SOA product (now from Rocket Software). Experienced company developer -- started SKK in 1978 with 3 employees and built it to 160 employees in five countries, a 60% market share against IBM's RACF and CA's Top Secret, and revenues of $26 million in 1986.
See http://www.share-sec.com/history.html for my history of creating the SHARE requirements and http://conservancy.umn.edu/handle/132470 for my interview with the Babbage Institute at the University of Minnesota.
Specialties: Mainframe Security (ACF2 and RACF) and Mainframe Software Design and Development. Small (and growing) company management.