In this interview computer security pioneer William Murray begins by discussing early work experiences and influences (his father was an IBM CE and manager, and his mother was a keypunch operator). The bulk of the interview focuses on his work at IBM in computer security and his reflections on developments in this field. This includes efforts with computer security at IBM SHARE, Bob Courtney as an early leader at IBM in this field, Horst Feistel and the cryptographic research group at IBM, MVS TSO, IBM’s MVS Integrity Commitment, TCSEC, and RACF. He also provides context to a number of his publications including his influential Access Control Facility for AAS and Data Security and Controls. Murray was an influential figure with ISC-squared and the CISSP security credential and the auditing and forensics sides to security (working as a consultant for Deloitte & Touche and Ernst & Young after leaving IBM).
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under
Grant No. 1116862, “Building an Infrastructure for Computer Security History.”
William H. Murray, OH 433. Oral history interview by Jeffrey R. Yost, 24 September 2013, New Canaan, CT. Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. http://hdl.handle.net/11299/163163
Transcript, 100 pp.
National Science Foundation Grant No. 1116862, “Building an Infrastructure for Computer Security History.”
Murray, William H..
Oral history interview with William H. Murray.
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