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The below expert witness bios represent a small fraction of those Electronic Authentication experts known by Cahn Litigation Services. These bios are provided to give attorneys a sense of the Electronic Authentication landscape.
This expert is the Co-Founder of two successful security consulting firms specializing in network security and online fraud prevention. This expert has an extensive background in electronic payments and transactions, contributed to the very early Bluetooth specs, and published the first analysis of Bluetooth security vulnerabilities. This expert developed PoS related technologies and is highly knowledgeable when it comes to chip/stripe communication, having published on aspects of AIDC.
As a Principal Scientist this expert's mandate was to determine the impact of future fraud scenarios on commerce and authentication and developing intellectual property to address such problems. This expert is known throughout the industry as one of the more prominent computer scientists working in authentication, and user interfaces and payment systems. Along with being the named inventor on over one hundred issued and pending U.S. patents, this expert is one of the most cited authors in computer science. This expert has experience working as an expert witness in several patent litigation cases,
having been deposed ~30 times and testified in marksman hearings twice.
This expert has deep knowledge of the operations of electronic voting technology, including the use of barcodes and the various approaches for permitting voters to read a paper version of their ballot or to verify the choices made on their ballot. This expert's extensive knowledge of the voting process in the U.S. and of technologies used for conducting elections has led to expert work in litigations involving election technology and public records, as well as intellectual property disputes. This expert has substantial background (including a PhD in number theory) in the theory and application of cryptography and related mathematics and computer science (hash functions, authentication, integrity of documents, etc.), including many years with a research laboratory in support of a government agency.
A recent project involved an analysis of election data records for all biennial elections in multiple states. Currently a Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, this expert holds Ph.D., M.A., and B.S. degrees in mathematics.
This expert received a Ph.D. in Computer Science. This expert joined a prestigious University and is Associate Director of its Applied Research Institute where this expert is working with projects related to national security. Specializing in network protocols, telemedicine, electronic commerce, medical data privacy and security, this expert was a National Lecturer, gave keynote addresses at several leading conferences, and is a Fellow of the IEEE. This expert has supervised over 130 funded research projects, advised 68 PhD and master's students, and co-authored two books, 14 book chapters, and 170 refereed journal and conference publications. This expert and colleagues developed a Transport Protocol (supporting multicast and knowledge of the multicast group members) for the US Navy, and then turned it into a commercial product. This expert's current research focuses on medical data privacy and security, implemented by supporting authentication, authorization, and federation across trust domains. This expert is also developing delta compression algorithms for diverse environments. This expert was a Founding Director of an Internet Technology Innovation Center, which provided technical and business strategy for e-business, and developed e-commerce software for corporate and government clients. Other projects include improving security for mobile devices, evaluating relational keyword search techniques, and writing software that can perform a scientometric analysis of scientific literature.