Mark Rasch is the managing director in the Technology practice at FTI. He previously spent nine years as the head of the United States Department of Justice computer crime unit, and prosecuted key cases involving computer crime, hacking, computer fraud and computer viruses.
Rasch spent the last 15 years consulting with commercial and governmental clients on matters related to computer security, regulatory compliance, and electronic evidence handling and computer incident response. For the past 3 years he was the senior vice president and chief security counsel at Solutionary. Prior to Solutionary, Rasch helped establish the SAIC Center for Information Protection (CIP), a business unit within SAIC dedicated to commercial information security consulting. Starting with 9 people, the CIP developed first into Global Integrity Corporation, a wholly owned SAIC subsidiary, and then was acquired by Predictive Systems, Inc.
Prior to that, Rasch was in private practice with the Washington, D.C. office of Arent, Fox, Kintner, Plotkin & Kahn. Rasch writes a monthly column in Symantec’s “Security Focus” online magazine on issues related to law and technology and is a regular contributor to “Wired” magazine.
Source - InfoWarCon 2007 http://www.infowarcon.com/mrbio.php