Trusteer, the leading provider of secure browsing services, announced today that it has appointed online security innovator Yaron Dycian vice president of products.
Mr. Dycian joins Trusteer from RSA Security where he was head of products for identity protection and anti-fraud solutions. Prior to RSA, Mr. Dycian was vice president of products for Cyota, a leading provider of authentication and anti-fraud solutions for financial institutions.
In his new role with Trusteer, Mr. Dycian will lead the definition, development and implementation of new product strategy. Mr. Dycian will ensure that Trusteer continues to provide superior solutions to businesses that need to protect sensitive data exchanged online with their customers in order to prevent fraud and identity theft, and maintain trust.
"Yaron's experience and stellar reputation for developing advanced Internet security systems will be a valuable asset for Trusteer," said Mickey Boodaei, CEO of Trusteer. "He will play a key role in identifying new requirements and opportunities for Trusteer's products and drive the expansion of our secure browsing solutions portfolio."
Mr. Dycian has more than 18 years of experience in driving product management and marketing for established market leaders and innovative startups. He joins Trusteer from RSA Security, the security division of EMC, where he was head of products. Previously, he was with Cyota (acquired by RSA Security), a provider of online security and anti-fraud solutions for financial institutions. He also served as director of marketing for Mercado Software, a developer of e-commerce infrastructure software that was acquired by Omniture, which is now owned by Adobe Systems. Mr. Dycian holds an MBA, an MS in Engineering, and a BSc in Mathematics and Physics.
"Trusteer's innovations have created an entirely new market category for securing browser communications between online businesses and their customers," said Yaron Dycian. "By combining browser technology and cloud computing techniques Trusteer has finally given financial institutions and other online businesses the means to lock down ccustomer endpoints during online transactions. I am looking forward to helping Trusteer extend its technology and business leadership position."