Oxygen Forensics, the worldwide developer and provider of the advanced forensic data examination tools for mobile devices, announced today that Lee Reiber has been appointed Chief Operations Officer. Mr. Reiber will be responsible for running Oxygen’s North American branch, bolstering the company’s expertise in the space of mobile forensics.In his new role, Mr. Reiber will manage operations of Oxygen Forensic Inc. in Alexandria, Virginia, overseeing the company’s vision, sales, marketing and competitive strategies, and assuming responsibility for delivering support and training to Oxygen’s customers.
Mr. Reiber comes to the company with an extensive background in mobile forensics and digital security. Having served as a law enforcement officer, holding a CEO position in a mobile forensic company and being a global leader in mobile device forensic training, he will accelerate predictable growth and scale of Oxygen’s operations.
Mr. Reiber is a valuable contributor to IACIS, HTCIA and SWGDE in the area of mobile forensics. During his 15 years in the forensics space Lee Reiber authored over 50 articles on mobile device forensics, published a book, was featured in national and international magazines, and contributes as an invited speaker on the topics of digital forensics and cyber security.
“We are excited to welcome Lee as our new COO”, says Oleg Fedorov, Oxygen CEO. “His command of the industry will be a driving force for Oxygen Forensic as we continue to expand our North American operations. Lee’s extensive background in mobile forensic and law enforcement makes him a valuable addition to our team.”
About Oxygen Forensics, Inc.
Founded in 2000, Oxygen Forensics is the worldwide leading maker of the advanced forensic data examination tools for smartphones and other mobile devices. The company is dedicated to delivering the universal forensic solution covering the widest range of mobile devices running Android, iOS, Blackberry, Windows Phone, Symbian and other operating systems. Law enforcement and government agencies, institutions, corporations and private investigators, help desk personnel and thousands of private consumers rely on Oxygen Forensics products to ensure evidence availability in the event of mobile device data analysis and recovery. Oxygen Forensics customers include various US and European federal and state agencies such as the IRS, US Army, US Department of Defense (DOD), US Department of Justice, US Department of Homeland Security, US Department of Transportation, US Postal Service, US Supreme Court, European Commission, London Metropolitan Police, French National Police and Gendarmerie, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ernst & Young, and many others.
More information about Oxygen Forensics at www.oxygen-forensic.com