Who Inspire Us
is XOR's director
of research & development. Nemeth focuses on security issues, network
hardware testing and product development. She is currently auditing
systems that XOR may offer as products in the future, as well as
co-teaching XOR's "Introduction to Cisco Routers in a TCP/IP Environment"
and "Topics in UNIX System Administration" classes.
is best known for originally identifying inadequacies in and breaking
the "Diffie-Hellman trap," the mathematical basis for a large portion
of modern network cryptography. An instructor in the computer science
department at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Nemeth has also
taught at the State University of New York and Dartmouth College.
a B.A. in mathematics from Penn State University, and a Ph.D. in
mathematics from the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada.
Nemeth has been published over 20 times and has obtained research
grants from US West, AT&T and Sun Microsystems. She is also co-author
of the best-selling "UNIX System Administration Handbook" (Prentice