Chief Security Architect
Anthony Nadalin is a partner architect in the Government Engagement Team leading the Standards and Public Policy practice. Anthony had spent the last 27 years with IBM where he was the Chief Security Architect responsible for the security strategy for software group products. Anthony participates in many standards organizations (OASIS, IEEE, W3C, ITU, ISO) aligning security strategy with standards. Anthony has co-authored many of the web services specifications written 3 books around the scope of Java Security and 1 book on Web Services. Anthony has published many papers for various conferences; Anthony participated in designing, authoring, and developing various Java security standards such as, Java Authentications and Authorizations Services (JAAS), Java Crypto Extensions (JCE), Java Authorization Contract for Containers (JACC), JSR104 Java XML Signature Standard, JSR106 Java XML Encryption Standard. Anthony has worked on the security for the following operating systems, MVS, AS400, VM/SP and OS/2. Anthony was responsible for delivering the OS/2 Security sub system drivers.