Cricket Technologies, a national e-forensics and discovery company serving corporate counsel and law firms, has announced the selection of Dr. Bruce V. Hartley to serve as the company's Chief Technology Officer.
Dr. Hartley is a recognized expert in electronic forensics and security. He has more than 22 years of senior managerial experience in developing enterprise class software solutions used to manage unusually large electronic data collections under strict requirements while preserving the security and integrity of the data and reducing costs.
Dr. Hartley formerly headed the IT Sector of bdSystems that provides network engineering and enterprise management to the Air Force Space Command, NASA, and other large government agencies.Previously, he served as CTO for DMW Worldwide, where he led the development of data mining and other enterprise technology solutions for financial services, healthcare, insurance, utilities, telecommunications and other industry clients.
Earlier in his career, Dr. Hartley served as CTO of Trident Data Systems (now a subsidiary of General Dynamics) where he headed the company's development of advanced information technology products and systems integration solutions for global information assurance, enterprise-wide security, and critical infrastructure protection needs.
Dr. Hartley is the author of several patented and patent-pending inventions in the field of electronic data management, including a 2003 patent for mapping, indexing, and searching large electronic data collections.