Andrew Komarov

IRL Name: 
Andrew Komarov

Andrew Komarov is the CEO of the Los Angeles-based cyber-threat intelligence company IntelCrawler. Some of his noteworthy research in this role involves point-of-sale (POS) malware, such as ‘Nemanja,' which infected more than 1,500 POS devices and compromised as many as half a million payment cards, and JackPOS, which resulted in more than 4,500 payment cards being compromised by 11 infections across the U.S. and Canada. Prior to IntelCrawler, Komarov worked in the private and public sectors where he investigated major financial crimes, human and drug trafficking cases, and was involved in anti-terrorism cooperation with international law enforcement agencies.


Passionate about finding flaws in systems and software