The name Forexus stands for the combination of Forensic and Nexus.
Based on the independant financial situation, Forexus is not bound to any products or partners which can influence the freedom in choosing the best products and services for our clients.
We see a big advantage in the combination of IT Forensic and eDiscovery. IT Forensics enables the identification, acquisition and evidence generation of data whereas eDiscovery provides the review of the data, which can uncover additional data sources. This is a recurring process with improving results over the time.
Data Analytics will let the data speak for you and tell you where irregularities can be found which will be of importance for your investigation.
Before co-founding Forexus, Dimitar worked over six years for Deloitte where he joined as the first member of the Deloitte Analytic & Forensic Technology team. He was responsible for developing the practice and growing the business. In the last four years at Deloitte, Dimitar has led the legal technology support teams at several US tax cross-border investigations at Swiss based banks.
Previously to Deloitte, Dimitar worked as IT security consultant for financial institutions. There he implemented firewalls, data leakage prevention & protection systems and performed security audit penetration tests.
Dimitar holds a Master in IT Security and a Bachelor in Finance and Controlling. He is Swiss and Bulgarian citizen and fluent in German, English and Bulgarian. In addition to that he speaks Spanish, French and Russian.
Before co-founding Forexus, Martin started in 1999 his own company which specialised in IT Forensics and Security services. During that time he was also working for several other companies: As head of IT services at design und ton ag he was responsible for the internal IT projects and the planning and realisation of new custom-tailored services for customers, including high availability network infrastructure, home automation and distributed audio-/video systems.
Previously to design und ton, Martin worked as a community coordinator, system engineer and project manager at SWITCH, the Swiss national research and education network (NREN). After his traineeship in the SWITCHaai (authentication and authorisation infrastructure) team, he wrote his master thesis about his implementation of a hop-by-hop transport protocol on Linux. He re-joined SWITCH afterwards and was responsible for their multimedia and collaboration services for swiss higher education institutions.
Martin holds a Master of Science ETH in Computer Science. He is Swiss and Croatian citizen and fluent in German, English and Croatian. In addition he speaks French and Slovenian.