Interhack Expands Forensic Computing Practice as Bob Mathis Joins
Interhack Corporation has announced that Bob Mathis has joined the firm.
Bob Mathis joins Interhack's forensic computing practice as a staff scientist, focusing on analysis of data and computer systems in the context of adjudication.
Prior to joining Interhack, Mathis has directed three small businesses in the software technology industry, most recently serving as president and chief consultant at Pithecanthropus Consulting, Inc., a start-up that specializes in Java tools and software development. Mathis has also served as an expert witness on behalf of the US Air Force in a multi-million dollar computer software contract dispute and a private company dispute related to compiler implementation.
Bob's extensive background also includes work to standardize the Lisp, Java, Prolog, Scheme, and ECMAScript programming languages. Bob remains a senior lecturer at The Ohio State University's Department of Computer Science and Engineering.
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.