Mark Lazar

Mark Lazar

Global Vice President, Fraud and Identity Solutions, Verint

As global vice president, Lazar guides the overall direction and strategy for the identity and fraud solutions practice. Lazar's career includes senior executive leadership at call center, telecom, voice recognition, networking and Internet service companies. Lazar has previously been CEO at 10 companies, including TuVox (acquired by West Interactive), Talking Blocks, Pacific Edge Software, and LoopNet, which went public in 2006 (Nasdaq:LOOP). Lazar also brings operating experience from various enterprise software companies for IT governance, supply chain software and web services management. Lazar holds an M.B.A. and B.A. from Stanford University.