Linux Security Summit 2015/Bio/Wettstein
Dr. Greg Wettstein has been active in Linux development since early 1992. In 1993 he carried out the first enterprise deployment of Linux, when he directed the development and implementation of an electronic medical record system on kernel version 0.96c at a major midwest healthcare institution. In 1999 he began worrying about the impact on identity security of ubiquitously networked information systems. Strategies to address this issue led to his current work on using structural definitions for identity as an architectural foundation for implementing measured and attestable information integrity architectures.
Dr. Greg, in collaboration with his Golden Retriever Izzy, currently influence measured application platform development for IDfusion from the north shore of Big Chippewa lake in the glacial moraine country of west-central Minnesota, in a diligent effort to save the world as we know it.