Sepio Systems Announces Board of Directors Punctuated with International Security Experts


NORTH BETHESDA, MARYLAND – August 14, 2017Sepio Systems, a pioneer in securing organizations against attacks via rogue hardware devices, announces today the formation of its Board of Directors, which includes security experts from leading allied government intelligence agencies. 

Sepio announced Tamir Pardo – former director of the Israeli Mossad, the national defense agency of Israel – as chairman of the board in February. Today, Sepio names its full board including former national intelligence personnel from the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and Israeli National Cyber Bureau, among other prominent international security experts.

“This coalition of global intelligence and security leaders represents a commitment to address the emerging threat rogue hardware devices pose to domestic and international security,” said Pardo. “Our goal is to guide Sepio in developing solutions to identify and defend against growing threats to international information security.”  

Among new members of the board are: Robert Bigman, President at 2B Secure and former Chief Information Security Officer of the CIA; Rami Efrati, President at Firmitas Cyber Solutions and Former Senior Head of Division at the Israeli National Cyber Bureau; and Geoff Hancock, CEO at Advance Cyber Security Group and former member of the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) under the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM). Hancock is also a Senior Fellow-Adjunct Professor of Cybersecurity and Homeland Security at George Washington University and guest lecturer at National Defense University and Georgetown University.

“These additions to our board strengthen Sepio’s global knowledge and insight regarding advancing threats against secure data,” said Yossi Appleboum, Co-CEO of Sepio Systems. “We hope to continue advancing our solutions to meet the growing needs of CISOs around the world.”

About Sepio Systems

Sepio Systems is a pioneer in securing organizations against attacks via rogue hardware devices. Strategic cyber weapon technology that has been leaked is currently in the hands of criminal organizations that are using it against civilian commercial targets with no defenses against it. These enterprises never suspect that the seemingly legitimate devices they are using have been compromised, allowing access to key assets—often over long periods of time. Sepio Systems is headquartered in Maryland, with offices in Michigan and South Carolina, and a Research and Development Center in Tel-Aviv.

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Dave Dykes (for Sepio Systems)