In this time of crisis, remote work has become a necessary survival mechanism. However, it has also turned thousands of potential malicious insiders into outsiders, separated physically and emotionally from their organizations. Unprecedented financial, emotional, and professional hardships have tempted and emboldened insiders to take action during past upheavals, and the pattern is repeating itself now. In this session, we will explore how organizations can ensure they have the means to detect and deter the silent, malicious activity of trusted users no matter how global events continue to evolve.
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Having pioneered deception-based cybersecurity, founder and CEO of Illusive Networks Ofer Israeli leads the company at the forefront of the next evolution of cyber defense. Prior to establishing Illusive Networks, Ofer managed development teams based around the globe at Israel's seminal cybersecurity company Check Point Software Technologies and was a research assistant in the Atom Chip Lab focusing on theoretical Quantum Mechanics. Ofer holds B.Sc. degrees in Computer Science and Physics from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.