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Profile of Andrey Shklyarov & Dmitry Vyrostkov

Chief Compliance Officer, DataArt / Chief Software Architect, Security Services, DataArt
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Andrey joined DataArt in 2016 as Chief Compliance Officer. He has more than 25 years of experience in the IT industry. He began his career as a software developer and has played many roles. He has experience in managing projects, managing programs in the medical device industry, building quality and security management systems, overseeing agile adoption, managing a software delivery center, and running a corporate compliance program. Andrey holds a master's degree in computer science from the Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics.

Dmitry Vyrostkov joined DataArt in 2006 as a software developer/team leader, contributing to projects with extensive security requirements. Dmitry has also worked as a technical architect, a solution architect, and a subject-matter expert in numerous enterprise projects, designing and building complex solutions in finance, healthcare, and travel & hospitality sectors.


In 2012, Dmitry established DataArt's Security Competence, a team of security experts that consult with clients and help DataArt's development teams implement best security practices. Dmitry promotes the group's services to internal and external audiences. In 2019, the group generated over $1 million in security services revenue. Dmitry also coordinates sales activities, projects, and resources, and oversees service quality and deliverables.

Prior to joining DataArt, Dmitry worked as a developer and team leader at Relex, one of the leading software development companies in Voronezh. Dmitry holds an MS in Applied Mathematics, Informatics & Mechanics from Voronezh State University.

Articles by Andrey Shklyarov & Dmitry Vyrostkov
posted in July 2021
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David Trepp, Partner, IT Assurance with accounting and advisory firm BPM LLP,  7/9/2021
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Robert Lemos, Contributing Writer,  7/7/2021
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