SenseCy's management team combines Cyber security and intelligence expertise, combined with proven business development background.
Gadi Aviran - Co-Founder, CEO
Gadi Aviran co-founded SenseCy in 2014 and serves as the company's CEO.
Gadi is also the Founder & CEO of SenseCy's sister company Terrogence (2004), a global pioneer and leader in Open Source Web Intelligence, providing products and solutions serving governments and corporations worldwide.
Prior to founding these companies, Gadi enjoyed a prolific and unique career combining military service and private sector security-related positions. He is one of Israel's leading authorities in the field of Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) and Improvised Explosive Devises (IED) Disposal, and maintains an excellent reputation in the small community of technical terror threat analysts worldwide.
Shai Arbel – Co-Founder, Co-CEO
Prior to joining Terrogence, Mr. Arbel served as head of a linguistics and technical translation team in one of the most prestigious units of the Israeli Defense Intelligence in the IDF. Following his service, he joined the Israeli Security Agency (ISA), taking a position as an analyst.
Mr. Arbel has been a part of the Terrogence team from the beginning. He first started as head of the collection and translation department. As the company developed and grew, Shai progressed to his current position as Co-CEO.
Shai holds a B.Sc. degree in Economics and Management from Ruppin Academic Center.
Gilad Zahavi – Director of Cyber Intelligence
Mr. Gilad Zahavi leads the Cyber Intelligence Team at SenseCy. He joined Terrogence in January 2012 after six years of working in the International Institute for Counter Terrorism (ICT) at Herzliya as a team leader of researchers monitoring and analyzing Jihadist forums. Prior to that, he served in the Intelligence Unit of the IDF for five years, utilizing the Arabic language. He has a B.A in Arabic and Islamic Studies and Communications from Tel-Aviv University, and an M.A. with thesis in Middle Eastern Studies from Tel-Aviv University.