Nir worked in the European cybersecurity practices of Accenture and PwC with a focus on the insurance sector. He has strong experience in cyber risk management in complex multinational financial services institutions and a deep understanding of the insurance industry. Nir founded Cyberwrite in 2016 with a vision to create technologies to support the cyber insurance ecosystem.
Nir holds a law degree and an MBA from the Polytechnic University of Milan in Italy. He is a graduate of the 500 Startups program, Citibank Startups program, Plug and Play, and TeXchange (British Government), and is a speaker at cyber insurance events in Europe and the US.
Cyberwrite is a global leader in Cyber Financial Risk Quantification & Mitigation, serving corporates in 3 continents. The company’s technology has also been adopted by insurance companies worldwide for the calculation of cyber risk associated with Cyber policies.
Rami is an Insurance industry thought a leader with over 20 years of leadership roles as Chief Actuary and Chief Risk Officer in insurance companies. Rami has extensive hands-on statistical modeling and analysis experience and is leading CyberWrite’s Cyber Insurance data science research efforts. He has strong experience in P&C and Cyber Insurance products.
Rami has MSc in Statistics and is occasionally lecturing at different academic institutions.
In Cyberwrite, Rami is leading the data analytics team and serves as Chief Data Scientist.
Uri has more than a decade of hands-on and managerial experience in the domain of cyber security. He had served in a Technological unit in the Israeli army and worked for nine years at RSA, where he led and managed the Cybercrime and Advanced Threats Research Lab. Uri has presented original research work in multiple venues in the US, Europe, and Asia. He holds the international CISSP certification and registered three patents in the US. Uri has been interviewed and mentioned in leading media outlets (e.g., The New York Times, Bank Info Security, PC World, The Register, Security Week, and Threat Post).