Board of Directors

Gadi Tirosh
Chairman, CyberArk, General Partner JVP
Gadi Tirosh is one of the two General Partners of JVP (Jerusalem Venture Partners). With his strong background in media related software and Internet-based R&D organizations, Tirosh oversees and leads JVP's investments in the media, web, gaming and application space. Tirosh serves as a board member of CyberArk, having orchestrated the most recent investment round by JVP, as well as Siano Mobile, Funtactix, Infinite Memory, ComQi, Double Fusion and Playcast. Tirosh's track record in the digital media space has provided him with strong domain expertise in both the consumer infrastructure world and service provider needs.
Prior to JVP, Tirosh was Corporate VP of Product Marketing and member of the executive committee for NDS, a leader in digital pay-TV systems, supporting some of the largest digital broadcast platforms such as DIRECTV, BSkyB, Canal Digital and more. In recent weeks it was announced that Cisco Systems was due to acquire NDS for $5bn. At NDS, Tirosh established the business of digital interactive TV in the late 90s, catering to the likes of Sky Sports, MTV, Discovery, QVC and other leading TV channels. Prior to NDS, Tirosh held a variety of positions in software and Internet-based R&D organizations, including Director of Product Marketing at ServiceSoft Corp.
Tirosh holds a B.Sc. in Computer Science and Mathematics as well as an Executive MBA from the Hebrew University.
Udi Mokady
Founder, President & CEO, CyberArk

Udi Mokady is the President and CEO of CyberArk, and a pioneer in establishing the Privileged Account Security software market. Since co-founding the company in 1999, Mokady has entrenched CyberArk as the market leader in privileged account security and compliance. During his tenure at CyberArk, Mokady has also served as CyberArk’s chief strategist and visionary, overseeing global expansion, management, execution and corporate development.

Since assuming the position of CEO in 2005, Mokady’s leadership and direction has been instrumental in guiding CyberArk to achieve record growth, while accelerating overall market adoption for privileged account security solutions to protect against an evolving advanced threat landscape. Today, CyberArk is a trusted security partner to more than 1,400 global businesses, including 30 of the Fortune 100.

Prior to his role as CEO, Mokady served as CyberArk's COO between 1999 and 2005. During this time, Mokady established CyberArk's US headquarters in Newton, Massachusetts and successfully transitioned the company to a market leadership position in Privileged Account Security by helping organizations to recognize the connection between privileged accounts and advanced internal and external security threats. Mokady also orchestrated the company’s market expansion in the US, Europe, and Asia by elevating awareness of the security and compliance risks of privileged accounts while succesfully implementing and managing channel development, international sales operations and marketing for CyberArk’s award winning information security products.

Prior to CyberArk, Mokady specialized in legal management and business development for international high-tech companies. He previously served as the general counsel at Tadiran Spectralink, a highly specialized producer of secure wireless communications systems.

A veteran of a Military Intelligence unit, Mokady holds a law degree (L.L.B.) from Hebrew University in Jerusalem and a master of science management degree (MSM) from Boston University.

David Campbell
Managing Director, Goldman Sachs

David Campbell is a Managing Director of Goldman Sachs' Merchant Banking Division, investing in enterprise technology since 2004. He serves on a number of technology company boards. Previously, Campbell held senior roles within Goldman's Technology Group, including global infrastructure architecture, and global enterprise storage. He was elected Technology Fellow in 2002 for his role in developing the firm's technology. He started his career developing industry and military technology. In 1990, he moved to Japan to work in the Fujitsu super computer R&D division. In 1994, he joined Goldman Sachs in Japan; relocating to NY in 1998.

Campbell received a Bachelors of Electrical Engineering and Bachelors of Arts from Queensland University, Australia.

Tom Heiser
Executive Vice President, Cloud Strategy and Execution, EMC Corporation

Tom Heiser is Executive Vice President responsible for Cloud Strategy and Execution at EMC Corporation. With revenues of $23.2 billion in 2013 and 62,000 people worldwide, EMC is a global leader in enabling businesses and service providers to transform their operations and deliver IT as a service. Fundamental to this transformation is cloud computing. Through innovative products and services, EMC accelerates the journey to cloud computing, helping IT departments to store, manage, protect and analyze their most valuable asset — information — in a more agile, trusted and cost-efficient way.

At EMC, Heiser works closely with the company’s executive leadership to evaluate the rapidly evolving Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS) market segments and their opportunities for EMC’s business. His 29 years of experience at EMC include an extensive range of significant critical responsibilities in corporate development, mergers and acquisitions, the development of strategic partnerships and positioning EMC for emerging market segments.

Previously, Heiser was President of RSA, The Security Division of EMC, where he oversaw RSA's business operations, worldwide sales and services, channel strategy, product development, marketing, strategic business and financial initiatives, IT, and technical support. He joined RSA in July 2008 as Senior Vice President of Global Customer Operations and was promoted to COO in April 2010.

Prior to RSA, Heiser helped form EMC's Cloud Infrastructure and Services Division and was Senior Vice President and General Manager of the company's Centera Business Unit, launching a new storage category and making Centera one of EMC's fastest-growing product lines. He also served as EMC's Senior Vice President, Corporate Development and New Ventures, leading the team responsible for mergers and acquisitions, including the acquisition of RSA in 2006. Earlier in his career, he served as the product manager for EMC's first mainframe storage system, the predecessor of the company's industry-leading Symmetrix systems.

He joined EMC in 1984 upon college graduation, in the company's first sales-training class. He opened EMC's first sales office, in New York, and two years later established the company's first significant channel sales effort. During the five years he led the channel organization, sales grew from $8 million to more than $2 billion globally and the EMC partner network expanded to include resellers, VARs, ISVs, OEMs, and system integrators worldwide.

As EMC's fourteenth employee, Heiser is passionate about perpetuating the company's history and culture with employees and is an invaluable inspiration. He earned his bachelor's degree in accounting information systems from the University of Massachusetts.

Yoram Oron
Founder and Managing Partner, Vertex Venture Capital

Yoram Oron has an impressive record as a founder and manager of several successful high technology companies. He was previously President and CEO of Aryt Industries; Co-Founder, President and CEO of Reshef Technologies; and Co-Founder and Chairman of Telegate Ltd.

Oron graduated with a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the Technion — Israel Institute of Technology. He has an MBA from Tel Aviv University, Israel and completed post-graduate studies at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, USA.

Amnon Shoshani
Managing Partner, Cabaret Holdings

Amnon Shoshani has extensive experience in entrepreneurship and management. He is the founder and managing partner of Cabaret and the Cabaret- ArbaOne ventures where he takes a lead role in managing the groups' portfolio companies. Shoshani is also the CEO and chairman of TIP, a Cabaret-Arba traditional industry technology company and co-inventor of a large number of patents in various traditional industries. Prior to Cabaret, Shoshani founded and owned a Tel-Aviv boutique law firm that specialized in entrepreneurship, traditional industries and high tech, where he supported both public and private companies' management and business development.

Shoshani holds an LLB from Tel Aviv University.