Chief Executive Officer
Matt McAluney was appointed CEO of ID Analytics in June 2019. In this role, he is responsible for delivering best-in-class credit and fraud risk solutions that anticipate the needs of the company’s clients, while further developing ID Analytics’ comprehensive identity insights to offer new predictive insights into consumer credit behavior.
From November 2013 to December 2014, McAluney served as vice president of sales for the financial services business at ID Analytics and assumed the role of senior vice president of sales in December of 2014. During this time, McAluney oversaw all revenue generation and client relationship management functions at ID Analytics. He was responsible for enhancing the company’s corporate strategy to help meet both near-term and long-term revenue goals.
McAluney has more than twenty years of sales and executive leadership experience in both large and small enterprises, with the bulk of his experience in the credit and fraud risk management industry. Prior to joining ID Analytics in 2013, McAluney was the vice president of sales at Equifax where he led new client development, marketing partnerships and served as general manager of a high growth market for Equifax’s personal information solutions business unit. In that role, he led strategy development, strategic planning, product development, marketing, and P&L management. Prior to Equifax, he also held sales and business development roles with Proficient Systems, Yodlee, Parametric Technologies, and Black and Decker.
McAluney holds an MBA from Emory University and a BBA from Loyola University.
Chief Compliance Officer
Ken Meiser is the Chief Compliance Officer for ID Analytics. As CCO, he directs regulatory analysis, compliance, and consumer support programs to ensure adherence to the FCRA, GLBA and similar state laws. Prior to this role he was ID Analytics’ Product Strategist, focusing on fraud, identity and privacy solutions. He has 20 years’ experience in designing and implementing fraud mitigation, compliance and authentication services and products at Cortera, LexisNexis, ChoicePoint and the National Council on Compensation Insurance.
He has provided expert testimony to state and federal regulators on the best practices in identity risk and the use of public records and private consumer data. Meiser serves on the Board of Advisors for the Center for Identity at the University of Texas and recently completed a Master of Science degree in the new Identity Management and Security program at UT. He is a graduate of Florida Atlantic University and served eight years in the U.S. Air Force.
Vice President, Data and Analytics
As Vice President, Data and Analytics for ID Analytics, Carrie Bennett leads the Data and Analytics Group and is responsible for the strategic and tactical operations of the data science and data management teams. In this role, she helps develop solutions that use innovative analytics and data technologies to address fraud and credit risk, and identity authentication and verification for banking, retail, automotive lending, telecommunications, and other industries. In partnership with business and technical stakeholders, she also manages the company’s data strategy.
Bennett started her industry career as a Data Scientist at ID Analytics working on a variety of data and model projects including identity fraud, entity identification and matching, and healthcare claims fraud. Bennett quickly moved into a leadership role as Director of Analytic Services where she oversaw client product testing and customer support analytics. From there she became a Senior Director of Data Analytics at CoreLogic where she worked closely with the Enterprise Data Team to stand up an enterprise-wide data warehouse, actively supported the Model Governance process, and ran a team that specialized in Compliance and Credit Product analysis. Prior to coming to the industry, she was a Project Scientist at the University of California San Diego working jointly in the Artificial Intelligence and Human Computer Interactions laboratories.
Bennett earned a BA in Visual Arts & Media and a PhD in Cognitive Science from the University of California San Diego.
Vice President of Product Management
As Vice President of Product Management for ID Analytics, Aaron Kline leads the company’s identity, credit, and innovation product lines. His extensive product development experience enables Kline to balance the need for optimal customer experiences with the requirements of risk management.
Prior to this role, Kline led the Innovation and New Ventures team as well as the eCommerce product lines at the Company. Prior to joining ID Analytics, Kline led product and innovation efforts at various companies including Intuit, Provide Commerce, and The Home Depot. Kline holds a BA and MBA from Emory University.
Head of Marketing
Kevin King has over a decade of experience in credit risk and fraud analytics, having served in a variety of roles at ID Analytics since joining the company in 2007 including analytics, business analysis, product strategy and professional services. In each of these roles, King has focused on applying groundbreaking analytic tools to the unique financial services challenges, and has directly supported projects at top 10 banks, several “Big 4” wireless carriers, the two leading U.S. satellite television companies, and multiple leading cable and internet providers.
A driving force behind ID Analytics’ thought leadership program, he has authored several thought leadership whitepapers on a range of topics spanning fraud, credit and identity risk and routinely speaks on these topics at industry events. King holds a B.A. from the University of Colorado.