Heather Mahalik is a principal forensic scientist with Oceans Edge, Inc., where she leads the forensic effort focusing on mobile and digital exploitation. She is a senior instructor and author for the SANS Institute, and she is also the course leader for the FOR585 Advanced Smartphone Forensics course. With over 13 years of experience in digital forensics, she continues to thrive on smartphone investigations, forensic course development and instruction, and research on application analysis and smartphone forensics.
Prior to joining Oceans Edge, Heather was the Mobile Exploitation Team Lead at Basis Technology. When starting her career, she worked at Stroz Friedberg and for the U.S. Department of State Computer Investigations and Forensics Lab as a contractor. Heather earned her bachelor's degree from West Virginia University. She co-authored Practical Mobile Forensics (First edition) and was the technical reviewer for Learning Android Forensics. She has authored white papers and forensic course material and has taught hundreds of courses worldwide to Law Enforcement, Military, Government, IT, eDiscovery, and other forensic professionals focusing on mobile device and digital forensics.
Rohit Tamma is a security analyst currently working with Microsoft. With over 7 years of experience in the field of security, his background spans consulting/analyst roles in the areas of application security, mobile security, penetration testing, and security training. His past experiences include working with Accenture, ADP, and TCS, driving security programs for various client teams. Rohit has also coauthored Learning Android Forensics, which explains various techniques to perform forensics on the Android platform. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter at @RohitTamma.
Satish Bommisetty is a security analyst working for a Fortune 500 company. His primary areas of interest include iOS forensics, iOS application security, and web application security. He has presented at international conferences, such as ClubHACK and C0C0n. He is also one of the core members of the Hyderabad OWASP chapter. He has identified and disclosed vulnerabilities within the websites of Google, Facebook, Yandex, PayPal, Yahoo!, AT&T, and more, and is listed in their hall of fame.