The last few weeks have been busy for the Toka team. During the Disruptive Technology for Defence Transformation conference, Toka leadership shared their expert insights on developments in the cybersecurity field, focusing on how nations worldwide are impacted by gaps in defense capabilities.Read More
Toka Co-Founder and President Brig. General (Res.) Yaron Rosen joined other cybersecurity experts at the recent IMPROVATE Cybersecurity Conference to discuss Toka and the steps nations must take to build their cyber defense and resilience.Read More
Toka helps trusted government, law enforcement, and security agencies keep citizens safe and defend against terror and crime by developing cutting-edge and lawful intelligence-gathering tools and by advising governments on building an integrated cyber defense.
A strong national cyber defense and resilience are the keys to protecting any country’s systems, people and digital economy from dynamic threats.
Toka unique Cyber Designers services provide agencies with the full-spectrum strategies, customized projects and technologies needed to keep critical infrastructure, the digital landscape, and government institutions secure and durable, while adhering to leading industry-recognized security standards.
Toka has been selected by the World Bank as well as by the Inter-American Development Bank, to lead national level cyber strategy and capacity building projects in Europe, Africa and Latin America.
Toka, the cyber capacity-building company trusted by
government, law enforcement, and security agencies to defend against terror and crime and keep citizens safe in an age of evolving threats, today announced it raised a $25 million Series B funding round. The funding will be used to further Toka’s efforts to develop cutting-edge and lawful intelligence-gathering platforms and products and advise governments on building an integrated cyber defense.
Toka, the cyber capacity-building company trusted by government, law enforcement, and security agencies, has been selected for an assignment under a World Bank-financed project to identify public sector cybersecurity gaps in Moldova and recommend a strategy to improve readiness.Read Full Press
The IDB-funded project will help Chile respond to emerging cyber security threats and to enhance Chile’s cyber development. Toka recently participated
in a series of meetings with stakeholders in the Chilean capital to discuss the challenges facing the country’s cyber ecosystem.
Toka has been selected by the Government of Nigeria and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to advise Nigeria on next steps for the country’s national cybersecurity readiness and operational capacity building.Read Full Press
Toka, the cyber capacity-building company,
announced today that it has raised $12.5 million in seed funding to help governmental agencies tasked with keeping their citizens and government institutions safe transform their cyber-defenses.
More than 90 percent of modern crimes involve tech devices that are useful sources of evidence. Through a process called digital forensics, law enforcement can examine the mountains of data available from phones, computers, cameras, and other devices that were at or near the scene of a crime.Read More
The unfortunate reality of the digital landscape today is that we don’t need to look far to find serious security breaches that threaten daily life. Hackers are pushing boundaries and showing operational scalability and increasing willingness to target critical assets and national infrastructure -- the facilities, systems, information, networks, and processes that are essential for the functioning of a society and economy.Read More
The role of cyber in developing countries and its universal importance was the focus of a recent panel discussion hosted by the Israel Ministry of Economy, which included Toka co-founder and president Brig. General (Res.) Yaron Rosen. Cyber capacity building must be a core feature for developing countries as they build their national defense and economic strategy.Read More
Just as the world looks to the World Health Organization to coordinate the global response to the Coronavirus pandemic, we need a coordinated, global approach to combatting dangerous cyber threats to governments, companies, and vital services. We need a CyberWHO.Read More
Nation-state hackers have time and resources to plan, practice, and execute truly malicious attacks. Slicing through the infrastructure of SolarWinds’ network and applications monitoring platform, hackers distributed trojanized SolarWinds updates, potentially threatening 425 of the US Fortune 500, the top ten US telecommunications companies, the top five US accounting firms, the Pentagon, the State Department, and more. It’s time for a new, comprehensive approach.Read More
Eclipse Ventures invested in Toka because it can strategize at the very highest international and national levels to take on the latest multidimensional challenges. Toka’s technical expertise and unique, practical experience enable it to see beyond cyber-enemy lines, allowing trusted agencies to obtain crucial, real-time intelligence.Read More
Just as governments and enterprises are getting endpoints and networks into cyber shape, the IoT revolution comes upon us, presenting millions of new potential threat vectors. But Toka rises to the challenge with a new defense approach that automatically discovers IoT-device security gaps, classifies them, and updates its vast store of signatures that enable swift analysis of new threats while remediating known ones.Read More
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General Rosen is the former Chief of Israel Defense Forces Cyber Staff, where he was the lead architect of all cyber activities. He served in Israel’s Air Force for
more than 3 decades, including as a pilot and as Air Division Commander.
General Rosen received a Master’s degree in strategic studies from the U.S. Air Force’s Air War College at the Air University and a Bachelor’s degree in
Economics from Bar Ilan University.
Waldman is the former CEO of Kayhut, a cyber company, and was also the co-founder and CEO of Go Arc, a mobile startup. Formerly, Waldman was director of engineering at Cisco, as well as a member of Cisco’s Israel Board of Directors. Waldman received a master’s of business administration from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and a bachelor’s degree in computer science and economics from Tel Aviv University.
Kantor is the former vice president of business development for Check Point, a provider of cybersecurity solutions to governments and enterprises globally, where he led worldwide partnerships and mergers & acquisitions activity. He received his bachelor’s degrees in Computer Science and in Law from Tel Aviv University.
Mr. Peleg is the former Head of R&D Division in the Israeli National Cyber Directorate (INCD). Mr. Peleg led the national cyber security projects such as the National CERT, Security Operation Centers such as the government SOC. In addition, Mr. Peleg led R&D government initiatives and collaborations with international partners and Israeli cyber security innovative companies. Mr. Peleg has more than 20 years of experience in leading positions at IDF’s elite technology unit, managing large scale mission-critical projects. Mr. Peleg holds a B.Sc. degree from Ben-Gurion University, M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from Tel Aviv University and a Master’s degree in public administration from Harvard University.
Mr. Volfman was Cyber R&D Group Manager at IDF leading technology Unit, Director of Engineering at GuardiCore, a cyber security company and CTO and founder at Miyagi, an internet startup. Mr. Volfman is a cyber security expert with more than 15 years in the domain and headed numerous engineering groups and mission-critical projects. Mr. Volfman holds a Master’s degree in Computer Sciences from IDC Hertzlia.
Based in the US, Michael has spent 25 years in the IT and Cybersecurity industry. As VP of both Global Strategic Sales and Global Sales Operations at Check Point Software Technologies he had responsibility for product offerings, large deals, global partnerships, as well as running the advanced solution center and Incident Response Practice. Prior to joining Toka, he worked as Managing Director for a global systems integrator, responsible for teams building data centers for tier one financial institutions and delivering solutions for advanced security automation. He spent the first 13 years of his career in the financial technology space building payments and foreign exchange platforms.
Racheli has over 20 years of experience in HR focusing on creating, developing, and managing HR strategy and programs that support the company’s vision.She loves working with amazing people and making dreams come true! Prior to joining Toka, Racheli held several management positions, with companies including Kayhut, Grey Israel and Gilat Sattelite Networks. Racheli holds bachelor’s degrees in Economics and Management from Tel Aviv University.