Software Security Expert in Strong Authentication
A software security expert was requested for patent valuation involving strong authentication for online banking and e-Commerce. A primary concern in e-Business and e-Commerce has been the risk of fraud and identity theft. Strong authentication is security technology used to verify identity and, in many cases, the veracity of software. The patented technology had potential applications for software developers, software publishers, financial services providers, and e-Commerce websites.
IMS ExpertServices™ was asked to locate computer science experts in software security and authentication technology. The expert was required to have a strong background in software engineering or computer forensics to opine on implementations of the patent and related valuation.
Software Security Expert
This software security expert is a globally recognized authority on software security and the author of six best selling books on this topic. Besides serving as a strategic counselor for top business and IT executives, he has also written over 90 peer-reviewed scientific publications and is frequently quoted in the press on issues of software security. He is an IEEE Computer Society Board of Governors member and holds Ph.D. degrees in computer science and cognitive science.IMS Reference #4978538
Computer Forensics Expert
This expert in software security issues and authentication has 15 years of professional computer experience. His knowledge of UNIX and networking positioned him to act as an early commercial Internet pioneer in the early 1990s, leading to a stream of consulting positions for online service providers and e-Commerce web developers. He is the innovator of several network communication technologies involving authentication. In 1994 this expert became involved in computer forensics and has worked as an expert witness and forensic consultant on large cases.IMS Reference #1213400
Forensic Electronic Data Recovery Expert
This software valuation expert has advised clients on more than 50 matters relating to computer forensics, electronic discovery, and intellectual property. His areas of focus include forensic electronic data recovery, database analysis, e-mail software and formats, and electronic discovery consulting. With a background in software engineering, this expert has developed both ecommerce applications and secure account management systems for financial services websites. He earned his degree in computer science from Princeton University. IMS Reference #5023826