Transmit Security is the market leading Low Code Identity Platform.
We’re a team determined to solve difficult problems. Since 2014, we’ve been carefully designing and building a platform that addresses one of the most challenging problems in the identity space. The Transmit Security Platform provides a solution for managing identity across applications while maintaining 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 talented software engineers who have been the foundation of the company and the platform.
Mickey Boodaei, CEO & Founder
Mickey is a cybersecurity entrepreneur and product strategist with over 25 years of experience in cybersecurity. In 2002, Mickey co-founded Imperva (IMPV), the leader in Web and database security. In 2007, Mickey founded Trusteer, a fraud prevention company that was acquired by IBM in 2013. Mickey has made early investments in successful cybersecurity companies including Armis, Aorato (now part of Microsoft), Hyperwise and Lacoon (now part of Check Point), FireGlass (now part of Symantec), and others.
Rakesh Loonkar, President & Founder
Rakesh is a cybersecurity entrepreneur and a seasoned executive. As president, Rakesh is responsible for sales, business development, and go-to-market strategy. 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 made early investments in successful cybersecurity companies including Palo Alto Networks (PANW), Securent (now part of Cisco), Mi5 Networks (now part of Symantec), Watchdox (now part of Blackberry), and many others.
Eldan Ben-Haim, CTO
Eldan Ben-Haim has over 20 years of experience in software development. Prior to joining Transmit Security as CTO, Eldan held the position of vice president of R&D and operations at Trusteer, a company acquired by IBM. In this role, he managed the development and day-to-day operation of the company’s SaaS-based security offering for online banking fraud prevention and enterprise advanced thread protection. Eldan also co-founded and served as CTO for Articulate, a company specializing in mass scale user generated content authoring. Prior to Articulate, Eldan was a software development team leader at ISYS (now Xvionics), an operational management system vendor.
Dima Polsky, Head of R&D
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 was later acquired by Oracle. At 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.
Craig Currim, VP Customer Solutions and Systems Engineering
Craig is a seasoned technology professional with over 20 years of industry experience in designing and architecting complex security infrastructure products and solutions. Prior to joining Transmit Security, Craig ran the worldwide field engineering team at Trusteer, which was acquired by IBM in 2013. Craig also held various technical leadership positions at Citrix Systems (via the NetScaler acquisition), Zscaler, Silver Peak Systems, and Exodus Communications, where he drove innovation and execution on various solutions, including security, virtualization, networking, and Cloud strategy.
Eilon Hazum, CFO
Eilon leads all financial management aspects of Transmit's operations, accounting, and budgeting efforts. Eilon brings over 20 years of financial leadership to Transmit. Prior to joining Transmit, Eilon served as vice president of finance at Trusteer (now part of IBM) and vice president of finance at Peer39 (acquired by MediaMind), a leading provider of online semantic advertising solutions.
David French, VP Sales North America
David is a proven sales leader that has built and scaled sales organizations for early stage to market leading companies. Prior to joining Transmit, David was the vp of sales and business development at Kenna Security, and previously held several positions at Qualys leading the North American sales organization through the company's initial public offering. David began his career in consulting with Ernst & Young in an information security advisory role for Fortune 500 clients.