I left school at fourteen to pursue my IT passions. I taught myself the principles of software development and cyber security, and immediately proceeded to work. I got involved in a project involving various governments and research institutions. To widen my professional horizon and further my skill set, I embarked on a series of jobs and projects, in both the business as well as the public sector.
I developed IsraelUnderAttack web application. The app allows users to trace the trajectory of rockets launched against Israel -in real-time and with a 99,9% accuracy rate concerning the detonation location-, and to seek shelter in the meantime. The app’s goal was to save lives, and to draw more attention to the ongoing rocket threat that Israel and its citizens are exposed to. The app instantly went viral, and not only garnered considerable media attention in Israel, but also in the international press.
I have just turned 19, and I am currently involved in various projects in the domain of finance, security, and related fields. Based on my own experiences, I have started to mentor several Israeli startups. I enjoy guiding them through the journey of creating and developing their ideas, and turning them into a reality. It is my firm belief that the ability to mobilize and motivate a team, even in times of challenges, is a key pre-condition for the kind of synergy that is necessary to the ultimate success of a startup.
Innovation and creativity are at the core of my vision for the future: I am fascinated by the disruptive potential that wearable devices, open-source technologies, and web-based applications have generated, and how they might help humanity resolve some of the most pressing problems of our time.
- University of Maryland, College ParkTerrorisme et opérations d'anti-terrorisme, 2013 - 2014
- University of WashingtonSécurité / sûreté de l'information des systèmes informatiques, 2012 - 2014
- Stanford UniversityCryptographie, 2012 - 2014
- Athénée Royale d'HerstalGénéral, 2009 - 2011