Integrated Biometrics appoints new VP of Business Development
Integrated Biometrics has appointed Daniel J. Molina as Vice President of Business Development to drive sales growth in multiple regions and tech application development in line with market demands, including for its Light-Emitting Sensor (LES) film, the company announced.
“We’re delighted to add someone to the team who brings the kind of experience and capabilities Dan does,” said David Gerulski, Executive Vice President for Integrated Biometrics, in a prepared statement. “We’re already seeing significant new markets and opportunities open up, and Dan is exactly the person we need to bring those things to fruition.”
Molina brings broad industry experience in enterprise security architecture design, networking, and implementation, and holds a number of network security certifications. His previous roles include running business development operations in the Americas for Kaspersky Labs, serving as Director of Advanced Solution and as Security Evangelist for McAfee and participating in the development of the McAfee Risk Management Process.
“I am extremely excited to join IB at this juncture,” said Molina, in a prepared statement. “The increasing demand for stronger identity globally has opened the door for more innovative ways to leverage our unique light-emitting sensor film and other exciting R&D projects currently in development. The UN’s Sustainable Development Goal to guarantee a unique identity for every citizen is going to increase demand as more people and services move across borders and the requirement to ‘know your customer’ expands into more industries.”
In February, Integrated Biometrics added Demian Bigelow as its new VP of Engineering to drive new product development and oversee further innovation with IB’s patented LES technology. The company will look to the new VPs to help continue its momentum after IB registered year-over-year revenue growth above 50 percent in fiscal 2019.