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Introduction - Jeremy Epstein

From: Jeremy Epstein <jepstein@webmethods.com>
Date: Fri, 21 Dec 2001 09:53:00 -0500
To: <www-xkms@w3.org>
Message-ID: <NDBBICMMIMLFAPJFOHEBKEECEOAA.jepstein@webMethods.com>
Greetings,

I've been in the security business for almost 15 years, doing lots of stuff
that most people have never heard of.  For the pat two years I've been with
webMethods as security architect (and now director of product security).
We're a business integration software company, for those of you who aren't
familiar with webMethods.  I'm one of the junior authors of the original
XKMS submission (Phill Hallam-Baker did most of the work, and I just
kibitzed).

I agree to work according to the W3C WG contributor policy.  Because we're a
consumer of XKMS services (i.e., an XKMS client), and not a supplier of XKMS
or PKI services, I'm unlikely to have a lot of useful technical
contributions.  But that doesn't mean I won't try :-)

Cheers,
--Jeremy

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Jeremy Epstein                          voice: +1 703-460-5852
Director, Product Security & Performance  FAX: +1 703-460-5999
webMethods, Inc.                         cell: +1 703-989-8907
Fairfax Virginia                email: jepstein@webMethods.com
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"Companies spend more on coffee than they do on security,
which is why security is awful."  Gene Kim, CTO, Tripwire Inc.
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