Coombs will add computer forensics consulting and expert witness testimony to the array of security services provided by PivX. Coombs brings PivX an additional network of legal forensics experts, law firms, attorneys and testifying expert witnesses.
As forensic consultant for Westinghouse, Coombs helped the company successfully defend a billion dollar lawsuit involving complex technical issues and years of software development. While working on behalf of IBM in a similar case, he proved that IBM's legacy Net.Commerce product will work today on an RS/6000 server purchased through eBay. As testifying expert witness, Coombs recently worked in U.S. Federal court jurisdiction on a case where the FBI's Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory in San Diego made use of keylogger devices, screen capture software and the Internet wiretap/pen register trap and trace device DCS1000 (known previously as "Carnivore").
Coombs is co-author of numerous computer books including "Setting Up An Internet Site For Dummies," and author of the recent book "IIS Security and Programming Countermeasures." Coombs is a past columnist for BYTE and a present columnist for Dr. Dobb's Journal where he writes the Dr. Dobb's Security Newsletter. His written work has been published by Microsoft, IDG Books, Hungry Minds, John Wiley & Sons and CMP Media.
"Jason's past successes in the security industry are well documented and he will help complete our expert security consulting team," said Geoff Shively, founder of PivX. "Jason will add the technical brainpower to help our customers in the fight against network vulnerabilities."
"Jason has real talent when it comes to shaking up the established status quo and asserting technical superiority over the competition," said Rob Shively, CEO of PivX. "His experience and dedication to computer forensics combined with his passion for creating the next generation of computing with provable security features are a perfect fit. PivX Labs and our clients will realize tremendous benefits from Jason's involvement and his security focused mind."
PivX's expert witness, information security and legal forensics consulting service is available immediately worldwide. Contact Jason Coombs at 949-720-4627 for details.
Clients such as Boeing, Microsoft, GMAC, Sony, RedWire Broadband, Delphi, Ford and GE count on PivX's unique proactive threat mitigation service offerings.
PivX Solutions, Inc. (OTCBB: PIVX), is a security research product and services company with unparalleled expertise that leverages its domain knowledge to create high demand products. PivX also conducts highly confidential security-related work on behalf of some of the world's largest corporations. PivX research has identified multiple vulnerabilities and ways to exploit many of the world's widely used Operating Systems and software including Apache www Server, Microsoft Windows, Microsoft IIS, Unreal Engine, Microsoft's Internet Explorer, Valve Half Life, Cisco IOS, Savant, Turbo Tax and Winamp.
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