Arlington, VA – January 22, 2016
Cybraics, a revolutionary Cyber Analytics company, has appointed Rich Heimann as Chief Data Scientist, leading our expert analytics team in the management of generating and optimizing our proprietary algorithms that drive our platform.
“It’s very rare to find such an experienced employee in any field, and we are lucky to have someone so knowledgeable and dedicated in this field of work.” Said Jamie Dos Santos, Co-Founder of Cybraics. “One of Richard’s most valuable contributions to Cybraics growth and development will be the ever expanding unsupervised learning capabilities and its artificial intelligence engine. Innovating and expanding the analytics and security capability of the company will allow Cybraics to remain impactful in an ever-changing security landscape.”
Before joining Cybraics, Mr. Heimann was the Chief Data Scientist with L-3 National Security Solutions and has managed teams of up to 15 Data Scientist. Possessing a broad range of knowledge in statistics, Richard has taught graduate classes in “Human Terrain Analysis” at George Mason University, “Statistical Reasoning” at UMBC, supported DARPA, the Pentagon, and the Naval Research Laboratory with data analytics.
“I am excited to join the Cybraics team and work with their talented group of Data Scientists.” Commented Rich.” “I look forward to challenging the status quo on how we incorporate human knowledge into an artificially intelligent cyber machine.”
Richard has a degree in spatial statistics and econometrics from the University of Maryland. He is EMC data science certified, and has authored numerous publications including co-authoring a recent book titled Social Media Mining with R – Exploring the merits of Natural Language Processing and Social Media data.
Cybraics’ Analytics-as-a-Service platform combines unsupervised machine learning and an AI-based cyber hunter to provide an uncompromising end-to-end cyber analytics solution; proven within government defense & intelligence communities and Fortune50 companies, it finds unknown threats and vulnerabilities that others miss.