Paul Suhler

Chair, IEEE Security in Storage Working Group

Paul Suhler has been active in the data storage world for nearly thirty years, working for companies which include KIOXIA, Micron, WD/HGST, and Quantum. He is a software and firmware engineer, and has managed the development of storage devices for companies such as Quantum and Adaptec. He is the chair of the IEEE Security in Storage Working Group, and has contributed to standards developed by organizations such as NVM Express, SNIA, and the INCITS SCSI (T10) and Fibre Channel (T13) committees. He served as the Deputy Director of the USC Advanced Computer Architecture Laboratory, and commanded US Army combat engineer companies in Korea and California. He holds a PhD in computer engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. He is a Life Senior Member of IEEE and a member of ACM.

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