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CEO at Sepio Systems
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Iftah Bratspiess is a cybersecurity leader and entrepreneur with over 25 years of business and technology experience as an engineer, software developer, product line owner, manager, and strategist. Throughout his career, Iftah has successfully navigated multidisciplinary challenges to reach individual goals and organizational objectives. Iftah is the CEO of Sepio Systems, the market leader in rogue device mitigation, which helps organizations be secured against data leakage and cyberattacks that are conducted using malicious hardware devices. Prior to Sepio Systems, Iftah co-founded WebSilicon. As CEO, Iftah led the company from the bootstrap phase to solid profitability. With hundreds of customers and thousands of installations, Iftah expanded the company's domestic and international footprint. WebSilicon was rebranded as CyberSeal and acquired by Magal (NASDAQ: MAGS). Iftah led the acquisition process and continued in his CEO role during the process. Post-merger, Iftah was the VP of cybersecurity for Magal, leading business strategy and product development.

Articles by Iftah Bratspiess
Stop Defending Everything
Kevin Kurzawa, Senior Information Security Auditor,  2/12/2020
Small Business Security: 5 Tips on How and Where to Start
Mike Puglia, Chief Strategy Officer at Kaseya,  2/13/2020
Architectural Analysis IDs 78 Specific Risks in Machine-Learning Systems
Jai Vijayan, Contributing Writer,  2/13/2020
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