Roey is a former elite cybersecurity unit veteran, where he led development of high-end security systems to protect the largest network in Israel of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and the government.
Roey also led development of security system projects at Cigol Digital Systems, a military-grade security systems company. He went on to found the cybersecurity college that trains the next generation of leaders and prepares them for serving in the IDF’s elite security units.
Michael has over 20 years of experience in enterprise software sales and marketing. He joined the founding team at Adallom, a cloud security company, as VP of Global Sales from inception to the acquisition by Microsoft for $327M.
Prior to Adallom, Michael was VP of Sales at Appsense, a virtualization and endpoint security software company, growing sales from $10M to $100M+ and was acquired by Ivanti.
Yaron was an early member of Fiverr where he managed a large group of developers and helped grow the company from 30 to 300 employees. He led a group of software engineers and security researchers at Microsoft building state-of-the-art on-prem and cloud security products.
Prior to Microsoft and Fiverr, Yaron was a cyber team leader in the 8200 unit of the Israeli Defense Force (IDF).
Elad has more than 15 years of experience in security, compliance, fraud, and risk analysis. He previously served as VP of Products at PerimeterX, where he led the product management team working closely with customers and engineering to develop and manage the evolution of PerimeterX solutions.
Elad has held senior positions at SecuPi, Payoneer, and RSA and holds a degree in Physics and Computer Sciences from Bar-Ilan University.
Michelle has more than 20 years of market positioning, GTM, and demand gen experience at a variety of enterprise security and other software companies. She’s held marketing leadership roles at StackRox, ScaleArc, Silver Spring Networks, and Peribit Networks.
She advised clients on technology and strategy at research firm META Group and started her career as a technology journalist. Michelle earned her BA in English from the University of California at Berkeley.
Anton brings to Salt more than 20 years of sales leadership and startup experience, with a focus on cybersecurity and network infrastructure. He has specialized in building out high-performance sales teams as well as go-to market strategy. Prior to Salt Security, Anton served as VP of worldwide global accounts at Nutanix, the leading hyperconverged/hybrid cloud platform company, which went public in 2016.
Previously, Anton had held key sales and leadership positions at Palo Alto Networks, where he was an early employee. He also held key roles at Utimaco (acquired by Sophos) and Clearswift. Anton holds a degree in Political Science from the University of Toronto.
Kfir brings to Salt extensive leadership and finance experience. Most recently, he was VP finance of monday.com, where he built and lead the finance department, growing the company from 40 to 900 employees and leading to its successful IPO. Kfir is experienced in raising capital, secondary transactions, and scaling hyper growth startups.
Kfir has held senior positions at Start.io and Ernst Young and is a Certified Public Accountant. He has an MBA in technology, entrepreneurship, and innovation and a BA in accounting and East Asia from Tel Aviv University.
Amelia has worked in customer success and management consulting for almost two decades. She most recently served as the VP of customer engagement at Tanium, where her team helped customers translate technical use cases into business ROI and prioritize product and services requests.
She holds BAs in political science and Spanish from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an MBA from the University of California at Berkeley, Haas School of Business.
The Salt Labs team of security researchers identifies API security vulnerabilities across both published and private applications and services. The team publishes its findings, following responsible disclosure or preserving anonymity, so that the larger industry can learn from the exposures and improve their API security.