Igor has over 25 years of experience in data analysis and enterprise application development in areas ranging from structural biology and bioinformatics to insider threat and risk monitoring. Most recently, he served as senior vice president of global information security at Bank of America where he was responsible for developing security intelligence and risk analytics solutions. While at Bank of America, Igor focused on creating novel solutions with predictive analytics, risk-based access governance and proactive data protection.
As a chief scientist at Securonix, Igor leads cybersecurity research and threat analysis to develop a comprehensive portfolio of adaptive, risk-based behavior models of cyber-attacks, and to further advance Securonix’ signature-less threat detection capabilities through the innovative application of machine learning and anomaly detection techniques. A scientist by trade and innovator by heart, Igor is an author of nine scientific publications and ten commercial patents. He holds a Ph.D. in molecular biology from UCLA, a Master of Science in biophysics from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, and maintains CISSP certification.