Consultant and former computer science instructor who has written more than two dozen books and numerous scientific papers on computer security, cyberwarfare, and digital forensics, as well as cryptography and other forms of applied mathematics. Has mastered and then written and taught a wide range of technical topics within and outside of computer science. After serving in the U.S. Army, earned his undergraduate degree while also doing hands-on work in technical support and design of websites in HTML and JavaScript. More recent development projects have included design of applications for Windows and databases using SQL Server as well as a web portal for an insurance company.

Formal Education

  • Ph.D. in Cyber Security, Capitol Technology University
  • M.S. in Systems Engineering, University of Texas at El Paso
  • Master of Education, Southeastern Oklahoma State University
  • B.A in Communications, Southeastern Oklahoma State University

Career Highlights

  • Has written books and/or taught courses in all of the following: programming in C, C++, C#, and Java; website development using HTML, JavaScript, CSS, and .NET; e-commerce; computer forensics; network administration; information security, including cryptography, hacking, and penetration testing; Windows and Linux; and databases
  • Working as a director of a large property and casualty insurer, oversaw software projects such as development of complex PC applications, a database-driven web portal for customers, and underwriting platform
  • Named inventor on about twenty issued U.S. patents
  • A licensed private investigator

Expert Qualifications

  • Testifying expert in more than a dozen Inter Parties Reviews (IPR) before the U.S. PTO’s Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB)
  • Testifying expert witness in about two dozen other litigations including several involving the technologies of prominent companies such as Motorola Mobility, Samsung, Apple, IBM, Microsoft, and Adobe
  • Consulting expert to plaintiffs and defendants in litigation in various courts and venues, including the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, relating to technologies such as data communications via TCP/IP networks, smartphones, DNS, and location-based searches