Nathan Dimmock

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Nathan Dimmock

Locality: London, United Kingdom
Summary: Administration of large-scale UNIX deployments (20k+ servers) and storage (SAN and NAS).
Past: UNIX Operations at Morgan Stanley
Education:  University of Cambridge Computer Science (1998-2005) 

Industry: Internet
Skills: Linux
Experience: Facebook (Privately Held; 201-500 employees; Internet industry): Site Reliability Engineer,   
Morgan Stanley (Public Company; Financial Services industry): UNIX Operations,  (2005-2009) 

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Nathan Dimmock's Publications

Nathan Dimmock's Publications Nathan Dimmock, Jean Bacon, David Ingram, and Ken Moody. Risk models for trust-based access control (TBAC). In Proceedings of the Third ...

Nathan @ The Computer Lab

Nathan Dimmock is currently a third year Ph.D. student in the Opera Group at the University of Cambridge Computer Lab. After completing a degree in Computer Science at ...

Systems Research Group :: Opera Group

Nathan Dimmock was a Ph.D. student in the Opera group. After completing a degree in Computer Science at Cambridge in June 2001 he then decided to spend 6 ...

Systems Research Group :: Opera Group

Jean-Marc Seigneur, Nathan Dimmock, Ciarán Bryce, and Christian Damsgaard Jensen. Combating Spam with TEA, Trustworthy Email Addresses. In Proceedings of the Second ...

Student-Run Computing Facility (SRCF) - Committee

Junior Treasurer – Nathan Dimmock; Publicity/Funding – Matthew Johnson; 2001-2002. Chair – Matthew Garrett; Secretary – Ian Caulfield; Junior Treasurer – Robert Beattie

CiteULike: Peer-to-peer collaborative spam detection

Nathan Dimmock, Ian Maddison. Crossroads, Vol. 11, No. 2. (2004), pp. 4-4. Note: OCR errors may be found in this Reference List extracted from the full text article. ACM has opted ...

CiteULike: Using trust and risk in role-based access control ...

Nathan Dimmock, András Belokosztolszki, David Eyers, Jean Bacon, Ken Moody. In SACMAT \'04: Proceedings of the ninth ACM symposium on Access control models and ...

CBCU Research » Blog Archive » Brian Shand

Cahill, V., Shand, B., Elizabeth Gray, Ciarán Bryce, Nathan Dimmock, et al. (Jul-Sep 2003) Using Trust for Secure Collaboration in Uncertain Environments.

Me, Nathan Dimmock

Nathan Dimmock PhD MA (Cantab) So, exactly who is the "Nathan Dimmock" person, I hear you ask? Well, he was originally born in Gloucester and lived until the age of 18 ...

Using trust and risk for access control in Global Computing

List of Publications •Brian Shand, Nathan Dimmock, and Jean Bacon. Trust for transparent, ubiquitous collaboration. In First IEEE Annual Conference on Pervasive Computing and ...

Brian Shand

Vinny Cahill, Brian Shand, Elizabeth Gray, Ciarán Bryce, Nathan Dimmock, Andrew Twigg, Jean Bacon, Colin English, Waleed Wagealla, Sotirios Terzis, Paddy Nicon, Giovanna di Marzo ...

Computer Boost for Engineering

At the dedication ceremony in mid-March, David Poston, Nathan Dimmock and Simon Newbold, three students from the university's Computer Laboratory, were presented with Intel ...

CiteULike: Towards an Evaluation Methodology for Computational ...

Ciarã¡n Bryce, Nathan Dimmock, Karl Krukow, Jean-Marc Seigneur, Vinny Cahill, Waleed Wagealla. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 3477 (January 2005), pp. 289-304 ...