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.
During his conversation with conference moderator Lauren Izso, Rosen explained how Toka helps trusted governments improve their defenses, and he shared the four pillars countries need to address to build cyber capacity.
Rosen noted that many nations are not prepared to mitigate emerging cyber threats, in part because of the rapid growth of cyberspace. He shared how national-level cyber training programs, dedicated cyber organizations, and collaboration between public and private organizations are all necessary to keep citizens safe and protect critical infrastructure.
Click here to watch the full interview and learn more about the cybersecurity challenges governments face today and how Toka’s Cyber Designer services can help.
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 advising governments on building an integrated cyber defense. Toka’s software platforms are simple to use, scale quickly, and offer complete operational control to enable smarter, faster, and efficient investigations and operations. By empowering agencies with these intelligence capabilities, Toka helps governments maintain a technological edge to enhance their operational effectiveness and save lives. Founded by leaders with unparalleled experience in the strategic, defense, and corporate worlds, Toka is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel, and backed by investors such as: Andreessen Horowitz, Eclipse Ventures, Entrée Capital, and Dell Technologies Capital.