Prior to co-founding Signals, Gil served as a military intelligence and reconnaissance consultant for several defense-related governmental entities throughout the world, utilizing his vast experience honed as a commanding officer in an elite special forces unit of the Israel Defense Forces. He is a frequent guest lecturer and editorial contributor on the application of open source and signals intelligence to drive innovation, delight customers and reduce the risk of commercial decision making. Gil holds an LLB and MA in Government, Diplomacy and Strategy from the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) in Herzliya, Israel.
Prior to co-founding Signals, Kobi was a Senior Analyst and Information Officer for an elite intelligence unit in the Israel Defense Forces, where he began to contemplate and refine the incorporation of open source intelligence into the growth plans of consumer brands and innovation agendas of life sciences companies. Kobi holds an MBA in Finance and Strategy as well as a BA in International Relations from Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Prior to joining Signals Dan served as Head of Partner Development Operations for Worldpay, as well as Senior Consultant for Bain & Company, where he advised global companies in the consumer goods and healthcare and life sciences industries. Dan holds an MBA from the London School of Economics and a BS in Economics from Tel Aviv University.
Prior to joining Signals, Ron served as the CFO of Perfecto Mobile a leading SAAS cloud testing platform where he was instrumental in growing Perfecto from a small start up to a global company. He has over 18 years of financial and management experience of growing and scaling businesses as well as M&A transactions. Prior to Perfecto Mobile he was the CEO & co-founder of Seculert - a SAAS cloud base cyber security company (acquired by Radware) and the CFO of Finjan Software Inc. - a software security company (acquired by M86 Security) where he played a leading role in Finjan’s acquisition. He also worked several years at E&Y. He is a CPA and holds a B.A. in Business and Accounting from the college of management.
Prior to joining Signals, Derek spent 16 years in the technology industry and for several years prior he led a consumer goods manufacturing organization. He served as Head of North America, Central, and South America at New Relic. Derek has extensive experience with hyper-growth early stage pre-IPO technology companies and large multi-national organizations. Previous to New Relic, his stops have included Liveperson, Yammer, and Oracle. He has a real passion for great enterprise technology journeys, building high-performance teams. Derek has an MBA from Southeastern Louisiana and a BA from Louisiana State University.
Prior to joining Signals, Orit served as an HR Business Partner at Matomy Media Group where she was instrumental in establishing the core HR infrastructure, and establishing and driving HR milestones across the company. She has extensive start-up and early-stage experience, and prior to Matomy, Orit served as an adviser to start-up companies for implementing strategic HR initiatives to drive business success. Orit holds an MBA and a BA in Management from Ben-Gurion University.
Prior to joining Signals, Yoram served as the CTO and VP R&D of DoctorGlobe which provides a technology platform that helps making smart health-care related decisions. Prior to DoctorGlobe, Yoram served as a technology leader and general manager for Webcollage (SaaS platform acquired by Answers.com) and for the on-line travel agency Orbitz Worldwide. Yoram has 25 years experience in technology, about half of those in various development roles for highly innovative technology companies including Sun Microsystems and Silicon Graphics. As a technology leader Yoram grew the Orbitz development center in Israel, integrated it into the global organization, implemented Agile development methodologies, and helped making it a significant contributor to the Orbitz technology organization and its innovation. Yoram holds BSCS from the Technion with honor, MSCS from USC and MBA from the Kellogg program at Northwestern join with Tel Aviv University.