Source: Guardian Analytics
Guardian Analytics, the market leader in behavioral analytics and machine learning solutions for preventing banking and enterprise portal fraud, today announced Varouzhan Ebrahimian as the company's new Chief Technology Officer.
Varouzhan is chartered with extending the industry's most advanced Omni-Channel Fraud Prevention platform.
"More than ever before, behavioral analytics and machine learning are the right technologies to address the constantly evolving threats generated by very sophisticated financial criminals," said Ebrahimian. "Guardian Analytics' solutions are a necessity for Financial Institutions and Enterprises alike to address the damaging impacts of cybercrime and payments fraud. I am excited to take on this new role and continue to bring meaningful fraud detection innovations to the company's 450 existing and upcoming customers."
Ebrahimian brings more than two decades of Product Development Leadership and innovation in enterprise software to Guardian Analytics. He has held executive positions at both Oracle and Symantec where he gained a keen understanding of the technology and security challenges faced by large financial institutions. Ebrahimian received a MSc. in Computer Science with a specialization in Artificial Intelligence from Columbia University and a BA in Mathematics from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
"We are thrilled to have an executive of Varouzhan's caliber leading our Engineering and Analytics teams," said Laurent Pacalin, President and CEO of Guardian Analytics. "His experience as a visionary CTO and inspirational technical leader as well as his expertise in high throughput and real time systems make him an ideal fit for the Guardian Analytics team."
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