Managing partner Fox-IT Forensics
Hans Henseler is managing partner of Fox-IT Forensics and a professor of e-discovery at the Hogeschool in Amsterdam. He is responsible for managing the Forensics Business Unit at Fox-IT and guiding new development. Previously, Hans was director of forensic technology at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he was responsible for e-discovery innovation and management of projects in Western Europe. From 2000-2006, Hans was technical director of ZyLAB and responsible for the development of a leading e-discovery software solution. Prior to that, he engineered commercial applications for image recognition, search engines and language technology at TNO. In 1992 at the Netherlands Forensic Institute (NFI), Hans founded the NFI’s Forensic Computer Investigation Department.
Business Unit Manager Crypto
Jeremy Butcher is responsible for R&D strategy within Fox-IT. Since joining the company in 2000, he has worked in forensics and high-security software development, using his background in technology to discover new markets and opportunities for innovation. Previously, he worked on the development of various forensic tools and applications for the Netherlands Forensic Institute (NFI), which were subsequently used intensively by law enforcement agencies within the Netherlands and abroad. Jeremy studied applied physics at the Delft University of Technology, specializing in quantum computing.
Business Unit Manager Cybercrime
Jeroen Herlaar heads the Fox-IT business unit focused on fighting cybercrime. Before joining Fox-IT in 2006, he held various commercial and management positions at ICT consultancy companies developing custom-made software, outsourcing technical application management and implementing and managing infrastructures. Prior to that, he managed the European branch of an American enterprise that specialized in equipment for the oil and gas industry, and was especially successful with developing new business in the Middle East. Jeroen studied international management at the College of Economic Studies in Rotterdam.