TEL AVIV, Israel, June 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
ThetaRay, a global leader in big data anomaly detection, today announced that it has been chosen to participate in three key events at Cyber Week 2017, taking place next week at Tel Aviv University.
The events include:
- Cybercrime Doesn't Pay (Wednesday, June 28, 11:30am) - ThetaRay CEO Mark Gazit will chair this high-powered Fraudcon session, which features: Silvino Schlickmann Jr., Head of Cybercrime, Interpol; Chief Superintendent Meir Hayun, Head of the National Cybercrime Unit for Israel Police; Mirko Manske, First Detective Chief Inspector of the Bundeskriminalamt (German police); and Kees Kiestra, Financial Specialist for Dutch Police.
- Enterprise Protection: Creating a Strong Cyber Strategy (Tuesday, June 27, 11am) - Mark Gazit will take part in this plenary session alongside RSA president Rohit Ghai, OPSWAT founder and CEO Benny Czarny, and FireEye Southern Europe Pre-Sales Director David Grout. It will be chaired by Yigal Unna, Chief Executive Director, Cyber Technologies Unit, Israel National Cyber Directorate, Prime Minister's Office.
- R&D in AI (Wednesday, June 29, 11:10am) - ThetaRay co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer Prof. Amir Auerbach will speak on this panel with UC Berkeley's Prof. Dawn Song, CheckPoint VP Product Dr. Dorit Dor and Aleph VC Equal Partner Eden Shochat. It is part of the full-day event "Leap Forward: The Future of Artificial Intelligence," and will be chaired by Prof. Nathan Intrator of Tel Aviv University.
Cyber Week is an annual cybersecurity conference held at Tel Aviv University in Israel, which brings together industry leaders, startups, investors, academics, diplomats, and other government officials. This year's event will feature such luminaries as: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu; Thomas Bossert, the White House's Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism; Rob Joyce, the White House's Special Assistant to the President, Cybersecurity Coordinator; and former New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani. Last year's event hosted over 5,000 attendees from more than 50 countries, and even greater attendance is expected this year.
"We are proud to play such a significant role in these important sessions, including the very first Fraudcom event at Cyber Week," said Mark Gazit. "Cyber security is the key issue for organizations in 2017, because cyber threats create such incredible financial risk across the board. Banks are at risk for massive financial losses through cyber theft, enterprises face fraud threats from customers, vendors and even rogue employees, and critical infrastructure must be protected against costly attacks from enemy nation-states and political activists."
ThetaRay will also attend Money 20/20 in Copenhagen next week, showcasing its anomaly detection platform for industrial cyber security and financial institutions from June 26-28.
ThetaRay's disruptive technology enables financial institutions to uncover the earliest signs of illicit behavior and threats including multichannel fraud, money laundering, and ATM security breaches. The solutions are also deployed for cyber security divisions, industrial manufacturers and critical infrastructure organizations to enable them to become more resilient and seize opportunities. The company's patented mathematical algorithms can process tens of thousands of parameters simultaneously, helping to automatically identify unknown threats across multiple environments, systems and sources - in real-time. ThetaRay works with some of the world's largest banks and financial institutions.