By leveraging his many years of software engineering experience and expertise in the IP Intelligence arena, Jeff ensures that Digital Resolve delivers first-class enterprise solutions. Jeff is a co-inventor of the Authentication Gateway, which enables quick application-independent integration of Fraud Analyst. Jeff is the co-inventor of Digital Resolve’s Trusted Server technology currently used in Microsoft’s Internet Explorer Phishing Filter. He is also co-inventor of E-Scam, Digital Resolve’s patent-pending anti-phishing product that is currently in deployment with Earthlink, the nation’s second largest ISP.
Jeff was one of the first employees to join Digital Resolve’s parent company, Digital Envoy, where he was instrumental in the design and implementation of the company’s patented IP Intelligence technologies, which currently drive much of the functionality of Digital Resolve’s solutions. He continues to lead research into future advances of IP Intelligence in order to leverage these enhanced capabilities for current and future Digital Resolve products. Jeff’s team is also responsible for world-class operation of Digital Resolve’s hosted products.
Prior to joining Digital Envoy, Jeff held several software engineering positions within Arris Interactive focusing on the cable-telephony provider’s ETSI V5.2 implementation. Prior to Arris he worked for Scientific Research Corporation, working on several projects for the Naval Space Surveillance System.
Jeff graduated from Clemson University with a BS in Computer Science.
As part of his role at Digital Resolve, Joe and his team also handle all on-site customer training, custom model building consultations and customer data analysis.
Joe attended Northern Kentucky University where he graduated cum laude with joint degrees, including a B.S. in Mathematics and a B.S. in Computer Science.
On a day-to-day basis, he leads the design and implementation of the Fraud Analyst product line and manages the development team responsible for delivering industry-leading online fraud protection solutions.
Prior to his role at Digital Resolve, James developed software ranging from desktop applications to large-scale distributed Internet applications for companies including Panasonic, Netuitive, Telinet and Search Technology, Inc.
James holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a BS in Computer Science from Columbus State University.