Linux Security Summit 2015/Bio/Morris

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'''James Morris''' is a Linux kernel developer.  He currently works as Director of Mainline Linux Kernel Engineering at Oracle, leading the upstream kernel development team.
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[http://blog.namei.org/ '''James Morris'''] is a Linux kernel developer.  He currently works as Director of Mainline Linux Kernel Engineering at Oracle, leading the [https://blogs.oracle.com/linuxkernel/ upstream kernel development team].
  
He is also the lead maintainer of the Linux kernel security subsystem, and chair of the Linux Security Summit program committee.  James was an original member of the Netfilter Core Team, and lead developer of the Linux kernel cryptographic API.  He was previously a maintainer of the networking subsystem, the cryptographic API, and SELinux.
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He is also the lead maintainer of the [http://kernsec.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page Linux kernel security subsystem], and chair of the Linux Security Summit program committee.  James was an original member of the Netfilter Core Team, and was the lead developer of the Linux kernel cryptographic API.  He was previously a Linux kernel maintainer of the networking subsystem, the cryptographic API, and SELinux. He previously worked at Red Hat, leading the SELinux kernel development effort, as well as creating Multi-Category Security (MCS) and sVirt (Secure Virtualization for Linux).
 
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He previously worked at Red Hat, leading the SELinux kernel development effort, as well as creating Multi-Category Security (MCS) and sVirt (Secure Virtualization for Linux).
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James is based in Sydney, Australia.  His non-Linux interests include amateur radio (microwave, weak signal, and space communications), and film photography.
 
James is based in Sydney, Australia.  His non-Linux interests include amateur radio (microwave, weak signal, and space communications), and film photography.

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James Morris is a Linux kernel developer. He currently works as Director of Mainline Linux Kernel Engineering at Oracle, leading the upstream kernel development team.

He is also the lead maintainer of the Linux kernel security subsystem, and chair of the Linux Security Summit program committee. James was an original member of the Netfilter Core Team, and was the lead developer of the Linux kernel cryptographic API. He was previously a Linux kernel maintainer of the networking subsystem, the cryptographic API, and SELinux. He previously worked at Red Hat, leading the SELinux kernel development effort, as well as creating Multi-Category Security (MCS) and sVirt (Secure Virtualization for Linux).

James is based in Sydney, Australia. His non-Linux interests include amateur radio (microwave, weak signal, and space communications), and film photography.

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