Prior to launching AlgoSec, Mr. Baron co-founded Actelis Networks Inc. in 1998 where he served as CEO until 2002. Actelis Networks develops solutions that deliver fiber quality links over copper pairs in the local loop. During his tenure Actelis Networks had three separate funding rounds raising $75 million from investors, including USVP, NEA, Walden, Carlyle, Salomon Smith Barney, France Telecom, Sumitomo, The Anschutz group, and Vertex. To date Actelis has over 120 employees.
Prior to co-founding AlgoSec, Dr. Wool co-founded Lumeta Corporation in 2000 and was chief scientist until 2002. At Lumeta, Dr. Wool was responsible for transforming firewall analyzer technology he helped create while working at Bell Labs into a commercial product.
Neil McNamara has over 20 years of experience in direct and channel sales and sales management in the field of computer networking and data security. Mr. Mcnamara has led and participated in the growth of many companies and takes particular interest in turning small companies to global leaders in their space.
Bruno Weinberger has more than 10 years of experience in the high tech industry, holding various technical, sales and business development positions.
Guy Givoni brings to AlgoSec vast experience in business development and international sales to Fortune-500 companies, with proficiency in various high-tech industries including Network Security, Telecom and Semiconductors.
Nimmy Reichenberg brings over 10 years of technology marketing and business development experience to AlgoSec.
Michal Chorev brings over 15 years of experience in leading services groups in a demanding international high tech environment. Ms. Chorev brings vast managerial experience from Software and Hardware companies in various sizes, leading tech. support, professional services, IT and operation departments in companies from the security, storage and cleantech arenas.
Anner Kushnir has over 12 years of experience in various research,development and management positions.
Edy Almer is responsible for developing and executing a clearly defined product strategy for Algosec. Having previously served as Vice President of Marketing and Product Management at Wave Systems, an endpoint security and Trusted Computing leader, after it acquired Safend, a company where he has served in the same role. Prior to Safend, Mr. Almer managed the Encryption and Endpoint DLP products in the Endpoint Security Group at Symantec and managed the memory cards product line at M-Systems before it was acquired by Sandisk in 2006.
Noa Inbar-Hershkovitz brings to AlgoSec vast experience and knowledge in Human resources from different industries and companies in various sizes.