One of the global cybersecurity leaders, White Ops, recently appointed six new appointments that will further solidify core leadership and drive product innovations across new markets moving forward.
These top new hires are Mike Aiello, a former Director of Product Management for Cloud Security for Google; Swati Baradia, who once served as the Director of Architecture, Customer Success and Insights at PayPal; Michael McNally, a former Director of Engineering of News Feed Integrity for Facebook; Tom Miller, President of Trend Micro, and; Andrew Rabie, who recently served as the Chief Information Security Officer of The New York Times Company and The Madison Square Garden Company.
These new executives will support White Ops’ next phase of growth as the company continues to expand globally, drive product innovation and enter new markets. Their unique backgrounds will propel White Ops forward, as the company continues on its mission to disrupt the economics of cybercrime.
As Chief Product Officer, Mike Aiello will lead White Ops’ product strategy, development, innovation and vision. Swati Baradia joins White Ops as the Head of Data Engineering where she will lead the Data Services teams, including Data Platform, Dashboard, Ecosystem and Detection Tools. As Chief Scientist, Michael McNally will oversee strategies for detection and mitigation of fraudulent and abusive activity. Tom Miller will join White Ops as the first ever Chief Gravity Officer where he will lead the global growth of the company.
“Mike, Swati, Michael, Tom and Andrew bring the perfect mix of industry expertise and a proven track record and will play a pivotal role in supporting our growth, helping us get smarter, and expanding our market leadership position in the industry,” said Tamer Hassan, co-founder and CEO at White Ops.