Bruce Weiner is an Information and Internet Technology executive with over 30 years of in-depth experience managing product and software development for contracting companies and Fortune 100 companies. Since 2012, he has been a Technology leader at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Mr. Weiner is a Princeton trained computer scientist and electrical engineer, and a patent holder. Over his career, he has gained extensive experience in Information Systems management, program/project management, software development, software architecture, internet delivery, business applications, technology vendor selection, IT Outsourcing, and customer contact center operations.
Litigation Consulting Services: Mr. Weiner has experience as a consulting and/or testifying expert witness in software development, patent infringement, and commercial litigation matters for both plaintiffs and defendants. He is adept at translating complex software, patent, and technology issues for the lay person audience. He consulted on industry transforming anti-trust cases in the travel industry.
David Shaw is an Expert with North America, Europe, and Far East expertise as an independent and impartial Technical and ICT Expert and Consultant involved in a wide range of high profile System, Integrations, remedial work on Failed Systems and Programs, Litigation, Expert Witness, Mergers and Acquisitions, Financial and Ultra-High Speed Trading Systems, Cyberwarfare and Defence work.
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Steven R. Kursh, PhD, CSDP, CLP has an extensive background in the Computer Software, Telecommunications, and Internet Industries. He has specialized knowledge, training, and experience in software and e-commerce technologies, with a specific expertise in software development and implementations, intellectual property, valuation, and licensing. Dr. Kursh has consulted in numerous engagements, primarily involving software engineering, licensing, and performance improvement. Valuation Services: - Dr. Kursh's valuation practice is focused exclusively on software and e-commerce companies. He has provided valuation services and fairness opinions for publicly-traded and closely-held businesses for numerous business transactions, including sales, mergers and acquisitions, carve-outs, and IP assets, including software products, patents, trade secrets, copyrights, and trademarks. View Expert Witness Profile.
Dr. John Strawn, Ph.D. (Stanford, 1985) has over 30 years experience in software development (assembly language, Fortran, C, C++, Java, HTML, XML). He is experienced in digital signal processing, especially for audio and music, including audio compression such as MP-3. As an employee and as an independent consultant he has worked on teams in large and small companies on cutting-edge technology. Dr. Strawn has served as testifying expert in patent and trade secret cases, conducted extensive prior art searches, and written expert reports, working for both plaintiffs and defendants. He has conducted software analysis of thousands of pages of source code. Having been a Fulbright scholar in Germany, he can easily work with source material in German. He is an accomplished public speaker and has published extensively.
Testifying Experience: 19 depositions and 3 trials to date. includes Lucent v. Microsoft (San Diego, CA, February 2007).
Dr. George Edwards, Ph.D. is an expert in Computer Software, Internet Applications, Web Technologies, Mobile Phone/Tablet Applications, Digital Video and Multimedia, Medical and Embedded Software, and Aerospace/Defense Systems. He has more than a decade of experience as a scientist, engineer, and technical consultant to academic research labs, government agencies, technology companies, and attorneys. Dr. Ewards has authored dozens of articles and papers related to software engineering for scientific journals and industry magazines. He is listed as a co-inventor on two pending patent applications for novel software technology and has served as a software expert witness in patent litigation matters. Dr. Edwards teaches a graduate-level course on software engineering at the University of Southern California. Dr. Edwards provides expert consulting in the following areas:
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Mobius Consulting is a Mobile and Wireless Technology management consulting firm. The industry and academic professionals at Mobius offer diverse services leveraging their extensive experience and expertise in enterprise and vertical markets including telecom, healthcare, energy, transportation, government, supply chain and logistics. Consulting Services Include:
Principal, Jacob Sharony, PhD, MBA, has over 25 years of experience in Mobile and Wireless Technologies. He is currently an adjunct professor at Columbia University, teaching wireless technologies and applications. He also served as a faculty member of the electrical and computer engineering department and director of the Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology at Stony Brook University. Dr. Sharony held engineering and management positions in diverse technology disciplines at Time Warner Cable, Motorola, BAE Systems, NEC Research Institute, and IBM Research. He has over 50 US patents (pending and issued) and has served on several government expert panels. Dr. Sharony has also published extensively in scientific journals and conferences. View Dr. Sharony's Expert Witness Profile.
Interhack Corp is a Computer Expert Firm that specializes in helping corporations and executives with challenges and opportunities involving the use of information. Interhack's focus is in Information Privacy and Security. The company's Information Assurance practice delivers assessment and reporting services to help firms find and keep the proper balance of risk, utility, and expense.
Interhack's overall mission is to make global computing and communications infrastructures worthy of trust. Their small tactical teams work at peak performance to clearly define the mission, its objectives, and the context in which they operate. Their ultimate product is unassailable opinion, delivered artfully.
Interhack's Internet Privacy Project (see link above) looked at the Internet infrastructure and how real systems used for online banking, navigation, advertising, and even enhanced DVD and CD content put unsuspecting consumers at risk. Results of this work were reported in the media worldwide and have served as foundation material for discussion in computer science programs throughout the United States and Europe.
Interhack's Cybersecurity Practice helps you to defend your organization.
Cybersecurity is a diverse topic, including data breaches, compliance violations, and corporate espionage. Security failures can undermine confidence in a brand and can result in catastrophic losses through changes in customer behavior, canceled contracts, and stolen trade secrets.
The Interhack system of Cybersecurity Services has six parts.
Vulnerability Assessment - will show you where your systems are vulnerable, and how your systems are impacted by those vulnerabilities.
Penetration Testing - shows you how well your organization detects and responds to active attacks by having our team of experts conduct controlled attacks you authorize.
Information Security Assessment - shows you how well your organization addresses information security, as seen through the prism of relevant industry standards.
Application Security Evaluation - shows you how your security concerns have been identified and are managed through system design and implementation.
Network Traffic Assessment - shows you what is actually on your network, and helps you verify that you have only what you think you have.
Criticality Assessment - provides you a view of your organization's most mission-critical information, where it can be found, and how the organization is impacted by a loss of confidentiality, integrity, and availability.
Ian Cullimore, PhD, has over 30 years of hands-on Software and Hardware Development experience. He specializes in handheld devices, palmtops, PDAs, low power embedded systems, and Internet server technologies.
Background - Dr. Cullimore has held many employment and consulting posts as a software/hardware developer and inventor. He invented the world's first pocket PC which he licensed to Atari as the 'Portfolio'. He is also the co-inventor of the 'Poqet PC', acquired by Fujitsu. Dr. Cullimore is an experienced hi-tech CEO/CTO, yet still very hands-on with respect to architecture and coding. He has many years of experience both in the UK and California (Silicon Valley and LA) in companies ranging from small startups to large corporations, and in building and managing software and hardware teams.
An entrepreneur and start-up and young company specialist, Dr. Cullimore has helped to raise Angel and VC rounds, and has taken startups to exit. He has much experience interfacing with Boards, Investors, and sales/marketing/bizdev groups.
Litigation Support - Dr. Cullimore has a long track record as a Patent and Software / Hardware Expert Witness. His experience includes 19 cases, 16 written Expert Reports, 7 Depositions, and 1 trial. His services are available to attorneys for both plaintiff and defendant.
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