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Patrick F. Wilbur is a computer science Ph.D. student at Clarkson University in Potsdam, NY, USA. His research and teaching interests include usable security, identification, virtualization, operating systems, file systems, artificial intelligence, game theory, ubiquitous computing, systems biology, and human-computer interaction. He is a co-author of Running Xen: A Hands-on Guide to the Art of Virtualization (Prentice Hall, 2008). In his spare time, he enjoys being involved with his local church, hiking, cooking, and writing essays, poetry, and music.
He has an Erdös number of at most 6:
(Me ↔ Todd Deshane ↔ Christopher A. Lynch ↔ Leo Bachmair ↔ Nachum Dershowitz ↔ Andreas R. Blass ↔ Paul Erdös)
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I frequently perform consulting and training work for both small and large companies.
My Expertise Includes
- Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance
- Virtualization, virtual machine monitors (VMMs, hypervisors)
- Application, systems, network, and premises security consulting
- Systems architecture and integration projects
- Custom prototyping involving embedded systems, microcontrollers, and microelectronics
- Free and open-source software (FOSS) adoption
Consulting website: http://pfwilbur.com
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