Dwayne Melancon

Dwayne Melancon is a recognized leader in the cybersecurity industry where he has brought dozens of innovative security products and solutions to market. Prior to iovation, he spent 17 years at Tripwire serving in a variety of product and technology leadership roles, including CTO, VP of product management and VP of research development, and held numerous management roles at Symantec.

In his current role at iovation Dwayne focuses on strategic product development, market research and managing product teams focused on delivering exceptional customer value and a frictionless user experience.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Dwayne Melancon and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

Protect and serve: fraud fighting finds a partner in machine learning

The time for convergence Is now

The time for convergence Is now

Until today, anti-fraud, security and authentication activities in organizations have operated as largely-separate domains, with IT ops even more separated, in most cases. It won't be easy, but convergences is going to happen, and...

Dos and Don'ts to solidify your security approach

Dos and Don'ts to solidify your security approach

As our world grows more connected and hackers become more sophisticated, businesses need to plan ahead and act fast to protect sensitive information and bolster their cybersecurity approach. Read on for a few dos and don’ts on how...

Are your corporate cyber defenses adequate?

Are your corporate cyber defenses adequate?

Most of the organizations I speak with are talking about cyber-risk these days, and for good reason. Unfortunately, many of them are doing a lot more talking than actually doing. Some of this is human nature – threats are “somebody...

Imagining frictionless authentication

Imagining frictionless authentication

Passwords are lame. The username/password combination is outdated and is now the weakest link in security. There's got to be a better way, right?

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