Adam Sculthorpe is President and CEO of Arador, a global leader in the development of innovative technology solutions.
Mr. Sculthorpe founded Arador Corporation in 2013, where he is leading the development of cloud-based solutions in diverse markets.
Adam has more than 19 years of combined security and technology industry experience, including providing consulting services for dozens of Fortune-500 organizations, his expertise helped protect the integrity of daily banking transactions in excess of US$350 billion for leading Swiss and U.S. investment banks. In addition, he has extensive security intelligence experience that forms the basis of Arador’s software and intellectual property developments.
During the span of his security career Mr. Sculthorpe has developed a diverse range of security intelligence solutions that protect Police, Government, Military, Financial and Corporate clients business and communications infrastructure ranging from data center operations to global military satellite systems protecting overseas troops and their families at home.
Prior to Arador Mr. Sculthorpe was President & CEO of Clickrisk LLC where he pioneered forensic software tools to help identify and remediate click fraud for online advertisers, helping bring about industry level changes to improve the visibility and accountability of business practices in the online advertising marketplace. Since then he has pioneered a number of cloud-based technologies including online business systems, search optimized hosting and data theft monitoring, detection, tracking and identification systems.
Adam Sculthorpe In The Media
Adam is an internationally renowned security technologist that has been interviewed on television, radio and in the worldwide press.
TV Interview with Kevin O’Leary
Radio Shalom – Threats to online banking customers
The New Scientist – Software bots could menace Google ads
The Register – Botnets strangle Google Adwords campaigns
New York Times – Web Marketers Fearful of Fraud in Pay-per-click (client)
Gadling – Destination tool promises increased travel safety
Radio Shalom – Cyberwars “The New Frontier”