About Yinglian Xie

Yinglian Xie is the CEO and co-founder of DataVisor. She has over 10 years of experience in security. Her work has been focusing on fighting large-scale attacks, where she combines parallel-computing techniques, algorithms for mining large datasets, and security-domain knowledge into a new theme of solutions in “big data for security.” In the past, Yinglian worked at Microsoft Research and collaborated with many product groups to improve the security of hundreds of millions of online users. She received her Ph.D. degree from the Computer Science Department of Carnegie Mellon University.

Thank you, Chuck Thacker.

Chuck Thacker was part of the foundation of everything we know in computing and a major influence on our founders and our company. Thank you, Chuck Thacker.

By | June 16th, 2017|Company News, Quick Takes|0 Comments

Datavisor Protects One Billion Accounts

One billion.  It’s a number that has been all of the headlines recently, with Yahoo disclosing a breach of more than one billion user accounts in August 2013. It’s hard to fathom a breach that large, but as we noted back in August of 2015, we are entering an era [...]

By | January 26th, 2017|Company News|0 Comments

DataVisor @Strata + Hadoop World Startup Showcase

Tomorrow we'll be presenting the DataVisor Security Analytics Solution during the Startup Showcase at Strata + Hadoop World in New York City. I'm excited to share more about the new cybersecurity problems that we tackle and DataVisor’s vision. By analyzing large real-world attacks, we see first hand how existing security [...]

By | September 28th, 2015|Company News|0 Comments

The Hidden Enemy Threatening Your Online User Growth | Fake Reviews, Fraud, Transactions

We are entering an era of billions of users and trillions of online accounts. This is attracting a growing wave of attacks like fake reviews targeting online services of all sizes. The Internet user population is now 3 billion strong [1]. There are now over 3 million mobile apps and [...]

By | August 31st, 2015|Threat Blogs|0 Comments