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We Keep it Human

Founded in 2012 in a Brooklyn sci-fi bookstore by Tamer Hassan, Michael Tiffany, Dan Kaminsky, and Ash Kalb, White Ops protects enterprises from the sophisticated bots that threaten them. It’s an ongoing war that we fight passionately every day. Join our mission to stop bots, disrupt the economics of cyber crime, and keep it human.

At White Ops, we are all about keeping it human. We protect enterprises all over the globe—including the largest internet platforms—from sophisticated bots by verifying the humanity of more than ten trillion online interactions every week. The most sophisticated bots look and act like humans when they visit websites, click on ads, fill out forms, take over accounts, and commit payment fraud.

We stop them.

Keep Music Human.
Keep Advertising Human.
Keep Marketing Human.
Keep Applications Human.
Keep Connected TV Human.
Keep Social Media Human.
Keep E-Commerce Human.
Keep Banking Human.
Keep Healthcare Human.


The White Ops Bot Mitigation Platform can detect, prevent and outwit bot populations of every level of sophistication. We get inside our adversaries’ OODA loops with proactive adaptation. Our unique approach to bot mitigation put us in the lead role to collaborate with the FBI, Google, Facebook and many other partners in the takedown of 3ve, one of the largest botnets ever defeated.

White Ops is a pro-privacy, pro-human organization. Our privacy-sensitive code detects bots without tracking humans. And that privacy-centric approach has earned the trust of our partners and allowed us to reach an enormous global scale. Our code, running in countless websites and apps every day, affords us a footprint larger than any single anti-virus or threat detection platform on the internet.


To protect the integrity of the internet by verifying the humanity of every online interaction and disrupt the economics of cybercrime

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White Ops Leadership

Tamer Hassan is co-founder and CEO of White Ops, where he led the takedown of the biggest bot fraud organization 3ve with the help of Google and the FBI. After this huge win for the Internet, Hassan was named The #1 Most Creative Person in Business by Fast Company Magazine as well as one of Ad Age’s 40 Under 40 in 2019. Before his career in fighting botnets, he was the founder and CEO of Compel Data Technologies - a software development and consulting company focused on big data and business intelligence solutions. Hassan’s career began as a major in the U.S. Air Force where he completed multiple combat deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan as a decorated Combat Search and Rescue helicopter pilot and Tactical Officer.

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CEO & Co-founder

Michael Tiffany is co-founder and President of White Ops, where he focuses on product direction, strategic partnerships, and building teams that uphold the White Ops mission. His founding vision is to make everyday internet users more secure by disrupting the profit centers of cybercrime. Tiffany began his startup career before he could legally purchase alcohol as an executive at Western Integrated Networks, which started with an $889 million Series A round. Throughout Tiffany’s career, he has protected humans from bad actors using innovative security techniques. He is also a lifetime Technical Fellow of Critical Assets Labs, a DARPA-funded cybersecurity research lab, and a Subject Matter Advisor for the Signal Media Project, a nonprofit promoting the accurate portrayal of science, technology and history in popular media. Tiffany is a member of the old school white hat hacker collective ninjas.org.

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Michael Tiffany

President & Co-founder

Jay leads strategy at White Ops, where he drives tactical direction, M&A, major partnerships, and new opportunities for White Ops fraud protection at scale. As the first non-founder to join the company full-time back in 2013, Jay has played an integral role in leading revenue generation and fostering adoption of White Ops technology by the internet’s largest platforms.  Before White Ops, he was President of gamerDNA Media and served as SVP at Emergent Payments.  Jay holds a Bachelor of Science in Communication from Cornell.

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Jay Benach

Chief Strategy Officer

Dan has more than 20 years of executive-level experience in technology marketing. He has successfully driven brand leadership and demand generation for large enterprises and fast-growth companies in cyber security, wireless services, and mobile computing. Previously in the cyber security space, Dan was CMO at Digital Shadows, CMO at Invincea (acquired by Sophos), and VP of Marketing at vArmour. Previous roles also include VP of Marketing at Digby (acquired by Phunware), VP of Marketing and Business Development at Wayport (Acquired by AT&T), and marketing leadership roles at IBM ThinkPad, NEC Technologies and Sharp Electronics. Dan holds an MBA in International Business from Rutgers Graduate School of Management and a Bachelor of Science from Rider University.


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Rush’s technical and business experience spans 25 years across large and small companies with a focus on entrepreneurship, complexity, and scale. Over the last decade he has lead divisions at American Express and Audible, an Amazon Company. During this time he helped American Express scale one of it’s financial products 10x and improve resiliency and speed across multiple systems at Audible. He specializes in leading globally diverse software engineering teams to build distributed and highly resilient systems.

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Rush Mehta

Senior VP, Engineering

Megan has worked in ad tech for over 12 years, first building her foundation as an ad trafficker at Nielsen and ending most recently as the VP of Global Services at FreeWheel. Megan has a track record in leading large global client services teams focusing on day-to-day customer support, grooming deep client relationships, providing pre- and post-sales technical solutions and program management expertise.

In addition, Megan has been involved with many employee advocacy programs including the launch of the first LGBTQ Employee Resource Group for FreeWheel and championing the ongoing volunteer efforts for various different community organizations including the Crime Victims Treatment Center as a volunteer rape crisis and domestic violence advocate and at the Father's Heart Ministries Soup Kitchen.

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Megan Baker

Senior VP, Customer Success

Jim's passion is to build high performing teams, to build businesses and to build global tech organizations with purpose. His superpowers are strategy and sales leadership. Jim joined the WhiteOps leadership team in November 2019 to lead their worldwide sales. Since 2007 Jim has led transformations and accelerated revenue growth for Google in Europe and the US. As an entrepreneur, he thrives in fast paced, high growth environments. Jim is praised for building high performing teams and hiring the right talent.

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VP, Global Sales

Derek Eassey joined White Ops in March 2019 to lead the People Ops team. He has worked in the People function for the last 12 years, 8 of which have been in high-growth tech organizations across New York City. Through coaching, mentoring, and managing, Eassey strives to bring out the best in all humans.

Prior to joining White Ops, he headed up the global people operations function of a digital consumer intelligence company based in the U.K. with a focus on career development, empowerment, and engagement. Eassey led the charge to create an inclusive, supportive, and collaborative environment where all humans are able to grow professionally and personally while doing their best work. He prioritizes being empathetic and listening to all voices, inside and outside the office. 


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Head of People

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White Ops is a mission-driven organization. We believe people do their best work in a welcoming and empathetic culture, so we make sure everyone has the support they need to thrive. If this sounds like your kind of place, let’s chat.