We believe digital assets have the power to dramatically transform the functioning of everything from the internet to the global economy as we know it today.
We began our journey in 2009, when Evgeny and Adam met working at INTERPOL. They started a friendship that grew into a mutual passion for disruptive technology and cryptocurrency.
Inca now boasts a team of some of the best mathematicians, engineers, and information security experts around the world. We are a remote only company with “meet up locations” in DC, Tokyo, Paris, and St. Petersburg.
Evgeny built IT surveillance systems for the Central Bank of France, designed database access solutions for INTERPOL, and helped Diebold secure electronic voting systems during U.S. presidential elections. No elections were hacked on his watch! He is currently completing his PhD in Computer Science at the Sorbonne.
Washington, DC, USA
Adam is a social entrepreneur, a former U.S. Air Force prosecutor, and an Afghanistan Campaign veteran. He has managed and developed projects around new technology for international organizations like INTERPOL and the World Health Organization. When not working, Adam enjoys practicing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. One time he fought Relson Gracie in Brazil. He lost.
Égor received his Master’s degree in applied linguistics from the Sorbonne University in Paris. His dark past hides his vast experience building language models for one of the oldest machine translation companies in the world. He has viking beard rings and is collecting karma points to go to Valhalla.
With his academic background in information security and applied mathematics, Andrey's job is to harass AWS to roll out Kubernetes updates and to drink from the firehose of Splunk features. When not busy with building out Inca's infrastructure, he explains to others how to properly use Java and Spring. He is also known for patiently listening to our ML Team crazy ideas and for bringing those self-proclaimed Elon Musks back to Earth.
Anastasia's past includes a short stint at Kaspersky Lab and building an object recognition system based on Haar cascades. Now she is contributing to NTerminal's NLP module as well as our scientific efforts with the Voice Recognition Team.
Zach is a recent graduate with a focus in neuroscience and computer programming. He is passionate about the computational properties of the brain and is working on utilizing cognitive theories for machine learning applications.
Salt Lake City, UT, USA
Being born in Peru, Alfredo claims to be the only true Inca of the IncaSec team...or so he thinks. He is a newly commissioned officer in the U.S. military, recent college graduate, FinTech advocate, and former personal banker. You can find Alfredo exploring the endless trails of the rocky west or dancing bachata with his wife any given Friday night.
Saint Petersburg, Russia
While studying Information Security at ITMO University, Yulia did machine learning research for the Multiagent Systems Laboratory. She usually splits her time between building out NTerminal Content Delivery Chain and diving deep into blockchain data. Before falling in love with Inca, she spent a summer ar Kaspersky Lab working on the CSF platform.
Nick is a neuroscience graduate with research experience in neurodegenerative pathways. He is an operations manager and scientist for a molecular pharmacogenetics laboratory, and is interested in the disruptive properties of blockchain technology.
Alex is the one who conceptualized and built the prototype of NTerminal Content Delivery Chain. He is a utility-man who constantly gets airdropped into problem spots of our software development process to save the day. Prior to Inca, Alex developed a content management system for Wolters Kluwer and polished his programming skills at Acronis cloud team as a back-end developer. He dabbles in chess, listens to psytrance, and occasionally plays the greatest game currently in existence: HMM 3.5.
Alexandra is a Masters student at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School studying Information Systems and has a background in Accounting. You can find her planning her next getaway when she is not buried in her studies and work.
Washington, DC, USA
Andrew is a rising 3L at Georgetown University Law Center specializing in corporate and securities law. His past experiences include working for an asset management firm, a Capital Markets/M&A law firm, and a stint interning at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, where he developed a passion for digital currency regulation. Outside of his professional endeavors, Andrew is an avid traveler and long-suffering Arsenal fan.
North Carolina, USA
Storytelling with data is a passion. Caleb brings a solution-oriented mindset to visualize information and communicate the value of Inca to diverse stakeholders.
Alina is a junior at Nazarbayev University majoring in Robotics. Before joining Inca, she worked on various IoT, microcontroller, and 3D modeling projects, as well did an internship at P&G as a software developer.
Boston, MA, USA
Konstantin is a data scientist with a broad curiosity for predictive modeling. With years of experience in banking, his primary interests are trade-offs and practical limitations in model implementations. His love for probability theory made him money, but cost him all of his poker buddies.
Kseniia is a second year master student at University of Jyvaskyla, Finland and ITMO University, Russia. Before joining Inca she took part in a lot of research project related to bioinformatics, math and computer science. Besides working and studying, she is fond of design, painting and playing the piano.
Vasileios just defended his Ph.D. thesis focused on Coordinated Heterogeneous Intelligent Multi-Agent Systems and recently certified from Deeplearning.ai and Udacity. He has experience in applying deep learning architectures in a number of domains. In his free time, he teaches programming and practices BJJ and Sanshou Sanda.
Saint Petersburg, Russia
Julia is a student at ITMO University, where she studies Information Security. She is contributing to Inca's scientific research efforts and is helping build out our distributed infrastructure. Before joining the Light Side, she worked on control systems for swarms of self-organizing UAVs.