Edelstein took on the role earlier this week. Based in New York, he has been the chairman of the tech firm—which uses behavioral analysis to confirm the identity of users by drawing in hundreds of data points—since 2016.
“I’ve not seen anything so invigorating, exciting or valuable [as BioCatch] in years,” Edelstein says. “What I initially thought of as science fiction has become science over the past two-or-three years, and when the opportunity came up, I said it was the time to raise capital,
Pete talks about privacy and convenience—and where firms tend to get tripped up when walking this balance beam.Subscribe to Weekly Wrap emails