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Eyal Gruner

Co-Founder & CEO

Eyal Gruner is Co-Founder and CEO of Cynet. He is also Co-Founder and former CEO of BugSec, Israel’s leading cyber consultancy, and Versafe, acquired by F5 Networks. Gruner began his career at age 15 by hacking into his bank’s atm to show the weakness of their security, and has been recognized in Google’s security Hall of Fame.

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Netanel Amar

Co-Founder & COO

Netanel Amar is Co-Founder & COO of Cynet, Co-Founder of BugSec, and former CTO of a leading Information Security company, where he directed IT and data security projects for corporate clients. Prior to this, he was CISO – Director of Information Security for Israel’s National Institute of Testing & Evaluation.

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Nir Donitza

CFO

Nir has a multidisciplinary background in Finance and Computer Science, with 15 years of experience leading financial teams and developing international business partnerships. Before joining Cynet, Nir led Deutsche Telekom’s business development in the Israeli cyber security and AI domains. Prior to this, Nir led financial services teams at KPMG.

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Dori Harpaz

VP Marketing

With over 12 years of experience in online marketing for B2C & B2B companies, Dori leads Cynet’s worldwide marketing efforts. Before joining Cynet, Dori led Secdo’s marketing team until the acquisition by Palo Alto Networks, and before that – he managed Incapsula’s marketing for 5 years.

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Guy Eilon

VP Sales EMEA

Guy Eilon is a seasoned executive director, with significant success in driving expansion and market share for US cyber-security giant Forcepoint LLC, formerly Websense. Initially building his leadership career in Israel, then Eastern Europe and Russia, Guy transformed Forcepoint’s Australia and New Zealand operation to place it on a path of substantial growth.

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Lena Vatmacher

Global HR Director

HR Leader with extensive experience in cyber security industry in charge of People Strategy.
Focused on change management, leadership coaching, talent management and acquisition, policy development, benefits design, on-boarding, employee engagement and retention.
Highly motivated to deliver results and support the business and the individual growth.
Lena holds an Executive MA in Human Resources Management from TAU.

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Mark Eaton

VP Sales, North America

Mark has extensive experience in cybersecurity, working both as the Director of Sales (West) at Mimecast, as well as Backupify. Mark has focused extensively on helping scale fast-growing data and security startups. At Backupify, for instance, he oversaw multiple teams across Sales, Success, Channel, and Sales Engineering while generating revenues in excess of $50M ARR. Mark also has experience in consulting early-stage startups to build their GTM strategy effectively.

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Daniel Klein

CBO

As Cynet’s Chief Business Officer, Danny leads the company’s strategic partnerships and market expansion initiatives including technical alliances and OEM partnerships. Danny counts on over 20 years of global executive experience in a variety of fields including cyber intelligence, fraud prevention and compliance. He has previously held executive positions at major technology innovators such as EverC and Actimize (which was acquired by NICE Systems).

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Einat Glik

VP R&D

Einat Glik is Cynet’s VP R&D. Einat joined Cynet with 20 years of experience in the security industry holding various tech lead positions, including managing R&D and Product teams for Cyren, Safenet (Gemalto), and Sandisk.

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Aviad Hasnis

CTO

Aviad Hasnis joined Cynet after 9 years of service in the IDF at the Central Intelligence Unit. He has worked on numerous cutting edge technologies that have had a major impact on the security of the State of Israel. As part of Aviad’s duties as CTO of Cynet, he continues to lead extensive cyber security research projects and move cyber innovation forward.

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Ido Breger

VP Product

Ido Breger brings more than 20 years of experience in tech and over a decade of Product Management leadership experience. Ido spent more than 15 years at F5 where he owned the WAF, Bot Detection and Web Fraud products. At F5, Ido grew the application security business from $1M/Year to more than $200M/Y, bringing F5’s WAF to market-leading position and the most successful Add-On to F5’s BIG-IP product lines.

Investors

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Dror Nahumi

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Dror Nahumi

As part of the Norwest Venture Partners team, Dror Nahumi has more than 20 years of operational, technology and entrepreneurial experience. Dror serves on the boards of CyberX, Personali, SundaySky, VAST Data, VeloStrata, Weka.IO, and Wiliot.

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Dror Nahumi

As part of the Norwest Venture Partners team, Dror Nahumi has more than 20 years of operational, technology and entrepreneurial experience. Dror serves on the boards of CyberX, Personali, SundaySky, VAST Data, VeloStrata, Weka.IO, and Wiliot.

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Alan Feld

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Alan Feld

Alan is the Founder and Managing Partner of Vintage Investment Partners. Prior to founding Vintage in 2002, Alan was a general partner at Israel Seed Partners and at Vertex Ventures. Prior to that, Alan was the Managing Director of Evergreen Capital Markets. Before moving to Israel, Alan was at Goodman’s, one of Canada’s leading corporate law firms.

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Alan Feld

Alan is the Founder and Managing Partner of Vintage Investment Partners. Prior to founding Vintage in 2002, Alan was a general partner at Israel Seed Partners and at Vertex Ventures. Prior to that, Alan was the Managing Director of Evergreen Capital Markets. Before moving to Israel, Alan was at Goodman’s, one of Canada’s leading corporate law firms.

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Yishai Klein

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Yishai Klein

Yishai Klein is the Managing Partner and Co-Founder of Singapore-based venture firm, BlueRed Partners. Prior to forming BlueRed, Yishai served as both Advisor and Head of Innovation and Strategic Investments at the OUE group.  Formerly, Yishai was Head of Asia at Giza Venture Capital. He currently serves on the boards of Cynet, Unbound, DouxMatok, Gauzy, and EarlySense.

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Yishai Klein

Yishai Klein is the Managing Partner and Co-Founder of Singapore-based venture firm, BlueRed Partners. Prior to forming BlueRed, Yishai served as both Advisor and Head of Innovation and Strategic Investments at the OUE group.  Formerly, Yishai was Head of Asia at Giza Venture Capital. He currently serves on the boards of Cynet, Unbound, DouxMatok, Gauzy, and EarlySense.

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Avery Schwartz

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Avery Schwartz

Avery Schwartz is a partner at Greenfield Partners. Previously, he was an investment banker at Goldman Sachs, both in Israel and in London. Prior to Goldman Sachs, Avery worked in the advisory practice of PwC, at a microfinance startup, and at the United Nations.

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Avery Schwartz

Avery Schwartz is a partner at Greenfield Partners. Previously, he was an investment banker at Goldman Sachs, both in Israel and in London. Prior to Goldman Sachs, Avery worked in the advisory practice of PwC, at a microfinance startup, and at the United Nations.

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Shlomo Kramer

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Shlomo Kramer

Shlomo Kramer is an Israeli information technology entrepreneur and investor. He is the co-founder of cyber-security companies Check Point and Imperva, as well as Cato Networks, a cloud-based network security provider.

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Shlomo Kramer

Shlomo Kramer is an Israeli information technology entrepreneur and investor. He is the co-founder of cyber-security companies Check Point and Imperva, as well as Cato Networks, a cloud-based network security provider.

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