Tony Musgrave is a Senior Consultant with Hewlett-Packard's Advanced Programs Group specializing in SELinux applications and security policy development.
As a member of HP's NetTop development group since 2003, he has led the development of a controlled information flow application and created the SELinux security policy which allows and audits the flow of trusted data between virtual machines connected to different networks.
Prior to joining Hewlett-Packard and its Federal government consulting business unit in 1996, Tony managed his own software consulting business for over 8 years specializing in kernel device driver development and application design using HP's real-time and Unix operating systems.
Tony has a B.A. from Colby College and is a member of the IEEE Computer Society.