Rick has numerous years of experience and research in Mobile Device Forensics, Security and Exploitation, as well as Human Computer Interaction.
Previous to RIT, Rick was a Professor at Purdue University's College of Technology, Ferris State University's College of Business, teaching both graduate and undergraduate courses in Mobile Device Forensics, Information Security, Network Management, and Human Computer Interaction. Rick also served as a Technology Director and Educator for various school districts, a Communications Electronic Warfare Officer for the U.S. Army, and a Radio Disc Jockey.
He has authored numerous articles in the area of Mobile Device Forensics, Security and Exploitation, served as editor for the Small Scale Digital Device Forensics Journal, and acts as a reviewing editor for the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) on Guidelines for Cellphone Forensics, Guidelines for PDA Forensics, Cell Phone Forensic Tools, and PDA Forensic Tools. As a consultant, Rick also works with state and federal agencies in Mobile Device Forensics, Security and Exploitation.
More information can be found at his personal website: http://www.mislan.com