Interhack Expands Forensic Computing Practice
Interhack Corporation announced today that John M. Pontious has joined its rapidly growing forensic computing practice.
Pontious joins Interhack's forensic computing and information assurance practices as a senior analyst. He will support clients, focusing on security, scalability and implementation of information systems.
Previously, Pontious spent seven years as a professional software engineer with IBM in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. In this role, he gained significant experience with both the development and quality assurance testing of enterprise class software solutions. Pontious' projects included Tivoli Privacy Manager, Tivoli Identity Manager and Websphere Extended Deployment.
Pontious holds a bachelor's degree in computer science and engineering from The Ohio State University. He resides in central Ohio.
Interhack is a pioneering professional services firm, active in security and privacy research, with a forensic computing practice that has been involved in cutting-edge litigation on electronic privacy matters.
Established in 2000, Interhack's forensic computing practice helps in-house counsel, incident response teams, law enforcement agencies and law firms establish facts that can be used in litigation or criminal prosecution.