Since Intezer’s inception, we have taken on ourselves a mission to empower SOC, incident response, and threat intelligence teams – accelerating and improving the tedious day-to-day tasks to help you to stay ahead of relentless threat actors.
It is clear that Security Operations requires a transformation to replace more people-based processes with technology, so security teams are not stretched thin and people can focus only on alerts and tasks that really matter. This means maximizing automated technology to support your people, enable faster and better decision making for detection and response, and empower constant threat hunting.
Autonomous Security Operations is about using automated, algorithm-driven Tier 1 services that require little to no human supervision.
Itai carries out Intezer’s vision of improving organizations’ security operations and accelerating their incident response. Tevet previously served as the Head of the Israeli Defense Force’s cyber incident response team (IDF CERT), combining technical expertise and leadership experience to mitigate state-sponsored cyber threats. During this time, Itai led an elite group of cybersecurity professionals in digital forensics, malware analysis, incident response and reverse engineering.
Roy spearheads the research and engineering operations behind Intezer’s Genetic Software Mapping technology. His extensive background in software development and big data architectures for the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) has fueled his entrepreneurial journey. In his leading roles, Roy has acquired a highly competitive skill set, including the ability to conceptualize and develop revolutionary cybersecurity technologies that combat state-sponsored attacks.
An author and a successful serial high-tech entrepreneur. Founder, former Chairman & CEO of Cyber-Ark Software (NASDAQ:CYBR), a world-leading public information security company, with 800 employees worldwide. A former Chairman & CEO of FilesX, a data storage company that was acquired by IBM in 2008.
Mirit brings 13 years of financial leadership experience in the global public and private sectors. Mirit oversees Intezer’s accounting, financial planning and reporting, investor relations and human resources. Mirit previously served as the CFO for nsKnox Technologies and was a Controller for CyberArk, managing the accounting, treasury and FP&A teams in the Americas. Mirit has held senior management roles at Ernst & Young in the United States and Israel, leading public and private offerings, as well as complex audits of publicly traded companies, private companies and early stage startups—across the high tech and life sciences sectors. Mirit is a certified public accountant (CPA) and holds a Bachelor of Arts in economics and accounting and an MBA from Tel Aviv University.
Ari manages the team responsible for the genetic algorithm behind Intezer’s code genome database. In his role as VP of Research, Eitan leads the company’s malware hunting and investigation operations, analyzing threats and publishing information about new APTs. Eitan began his career as a security researcher for the Israeli Defense Force (IDF). He quickly became Head of the IDF’s cyber incident response team (IDF CERT), honing his expertise in incident response, malware analysis, and reverse engineering. Eitan has presented his research at several government and information security events, including AVAR, BSidesTLV, CyberTech, Hack.lu, Hacktivity, Infosec, IP EXPO, Kaspersky SAS, and the Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST).
Nadia Malinoff-Kan is the Chief Operating Officer at Intezer. She has over 20 years of cybersecurity experience having led business development and sales operations for companies namely Check Point, Cyvera—which was acquired by Palo Alto Networks, and Sentrigo, which was later acquired by McAfee. Nadia has helped large telecom companies across LATAM leverage an agile security methodology and comply with industry regulations. Nadia is a volunteer at non-profit organization Gvahim, providing mentorship to skilled immigrants and returning Israeli citizens who are looking to build a career in cybersecurity.
Czesia leads all facets of Intezer’s marketing strategy and operations. Czesia joined Intezer after seven years at CyberArk, where she held several global marketing positions pre-and-post IPO. Czesia earned her Bachelor's degree in political science from Tel Aviv University. She is fluent in English, French and Hebrew.
Jim has spent the past 17 years working in fast-growing SaaS companies. He was the VP of Revenue, most recently responsible for sales and customer success at Threat Stack, where he spent five years. Outside of work, Jim is the Vice-Chairman of Board of Directors for the non-profit Boston Uncornered.