We’re a team that likes to solve difficult problems. For the past three years we’ve been carefully designing and building a platform that addresses one of the most challenging problems in security and usability. As criminal threats evolve, online authentication has become reactive and less effective. Many organizations have taken on multiple point solutions to try to stay ahead, deploying new authenticators, risk engines and fraud tools. In the process, the customer experience has suffered. And with an increasingly complex environment, many enterprises struggle with the ability to rapidly innovate to provide customers with an omni-channel experience that enables them to stay ahead of emerging threats. Our R&D is based in Israel, a center of talent for cyber security, application-development, and analytics. Through our many years in the market we’ve been able to gather an A team of super talented software engineers who have been the foundation of the company and the platform.
Mickey is a cybersecurity entrepreneur and private investor. In 2002 Mickey co-founded Imperva (IMPV) the leader in Web and database security. In 2007 Mickey founded Trusteer, a fraud prevention company which was acquired by IBM in 2013. Mickey has successfully invested in various cybersecurity startups including Skyfence (Acquired by Imperva), Aorato (acquired by Microsoft), Hyperwise (Acquired by Check Point), and Lacoon Security (Acquired by Check Point)
Rakesh is a cybersecurity entrepreneur and private investor. In 2007, Rakesh founded Trusteer which was acquired by IBM in 2013. Previously, Rakesh was the founder of OneSecure (acquired by NetScreen Technologies) and then served as Vice President of North American Sales at NetScreen (now part of Juniper Networks). Rakesh has successfully invested in various cybersecurity startups including Palo Alto Networks (PANW), Securent (Acquired by Cisco), Mi5 Networks (Acquired by Symantec) and Watchdox (Acquired by Blackberry), Worklight (acquired by IBM) and many others.
Dima is a graduate of the prestigious 8200 unit of the Israeli military where he gained his hands on experience as an elite programmer. After his military service, Dima joined Convergin, an Israeli startup that later was acquired by Oracle. In Convergin Dima started as a programmer, and then progressed into R&D management roles. At Oracle, Dima served as senior manager of software before he joined Transmit Security in early 2014.
Lokesh has over 20 years of experience in business strategy, marketing, product management, consulting and education. Prior to Transmit Security, Lokesh held various positions at CA Technologies, including general manager for IT business management and senior vice president of strategy and business development at CA Technologies IT Management-as-a-Service business. He also served as senior vice president and general manager of CA Technologies India Technology Center in Hyderabad, India.
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