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Cytactic was founded by a team of leading experts, each with various backgrounds that cover the multidisciplinary aspects of cyber crisis management and readiness.

The Cytactic team incorporates experts from the intelligence services, enterprise IT, cyber security managements, legal departments, board room advisory, and public relations.

Cytactic focuses on providing premium services to senior management and board of directors in leading enterprises and governments globally.




Cyber security and cyber law expert consultant and teaching professor. Led the tech & regulation department at Herzog. He has a significant experience in supporting companies in managing their cyber risks and handling cyber crisis incidents. Background as as venture capitalists investor in Cyber Security at JVP cyber labs and co-led the state's cyber incubator. He has background at startups entrepreneur at Plymedia and Altal security. He founded the Cyber security studies at Tel Aviv University business school.  Nimrod received his doctor degree in law (J.S.D) from Yale Law School and conducted his Post-Doctorial research in computer science on proactive security at the Yale School of Computer Sciences and researched at Oxford Internet Institute. He was an adjunct professor for Cyber Studies at New York Law School and Kellogg international MBA program. He clerked for the vice president of the supreme court, Justice Cheshin.


An internationally recognized cyber expert. A strategic advisor to enterprises, states and governments and sits on the advisory board of several startup companies. He is the CTO of the Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center at Tel-Aviv University. Founder THINK:CYBER a successful cyber security newsletter. A former CISO in the intelligence services of the Israeli Defense Forces (Capt. Res.) and held several positions in the largest Israeli banking group.



Prof. Dan Amiram is the Vice Dean and the Joseph Safra Chaired Professor for Capital Markets and Financial Institutions at the Coller School of Management at Tel-Aviv University. Before joining the Coller School, he was the Philip H. Geier Associate Professor of Business at Columbia Business School. He serves on the board of directors, including as chairman of the audit committee, risk management committee (that oversees cyber risk) of various public and private institutions in the U.S and Israel. He also serves as the chairman of the United Nations Internal Controls Advisory Committee.

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Professor Michal Barzuza is a Professor of Corporate Law and Governance at the University of Virginia Law School. Barzuza has served on the boards of the American Law & Economics Association, a New York Stock exchange company and the society of empirical legal studies. She was nominated as a research member of the European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI), and as a fellow at the Institute of Advanced Studies at Hebrew University. She is an expert in corporate governance.
Barzuza received her S.J.D. from Harvard Law School. Her dissertation won the John M. Olin Prize for Outstanding Paper in Law and Economics. Her MA in Economics from UVA, and her LLB and BA in Economics from Tel Aviv University where she was a Cegla Research Fellow in law and economics.



Head of Research at Cytactic. Ari has diverse experience in capital markets, spokesmanship, Fintech, and advisory for various institutions.

He managed the investment research department at an Israeli insurance company, as well as the Blockchain Research Institute at the Faculty of Management at Tel Aviv University. 
In addition, Ari has extensive experience in media crises both in civilian life in the leading PR office of Ran Rahav Communication and in the military at the Air Force spokesman branch.

Ari has a Ph.D. in Finance from Tel Aviv University and is a leading instructor in Finance and Fintech at several leading universities.

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Nadine serves as a crisis management expert at Cytactic, where she develops the Company's crisis management methodology.

With a background in defense exports, cyber, and anti-money laundering, she brings valuable experience from her time as a lawyer at a top Israeli firm and as an intern with the Israel Money Laundering and Terror Financing Prohibition Authority (IMPA) in the Ministry of Justice.

Nadine's expertise also includes her role as a cyber desk researcher for the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT).

Nadine is a Ph.D. candidate in law, researching brain-computer interfaces at Reichman University, holding an LL.B, an MA in Government, and an MA in Criminology.



Ido is a veteran digital culture and new media journalist and commentator, host of a weekly tech news segment on GLZ radio, producer and co-host at Cybercyber, a Hebrew cybersecurity podcast, and producer at

Previously, Ido produced and hosted Lex Cybernetica, the Hebrew University's cyberlaw podcast, managed social media for The Seventh Eye, Israel’s oldest media review site, and wrote for major Israeli sites and newspapers, including Haaretz, Jerusalem Post, Calcalist, Walla, Nana10, Ynet, Yedioth Ahronoth, Maariv, Globes, and Time Out Tel Aviv, among others.

He’s been interviewed or quoted about his stories in numerous global media, including the New York Times, The Register, Slashdot, CNN and the BBC.


Josh is a cyber crisis management consultant and the Director of Methodology at Cytactic.

n developing the cyber industry’s gold standard methodology for managing crises, Josh works closely with cyber experts and team members to design comprehensive and interdisciplinary response controls, operational procedures, and guidance for enterprises worldwide.


Before joining Cytactic, Shachar completed her B.A. in the Hebrew University Honor Program, “Amirim”, and Psychology. As part of her degree, she studied a semester abroad at the University of Toronto (UofT), participated in an Organizational Psychology laboratory, and was the psychology representative of the Student Union.


Prior to that, she was an Intelligence Analyst and Project Manager at the 8200 intelligence unit in the IDF. As part of her work, she led various cyber-intelligence projects, including collaboration with cyber-attack teams and operational partners. 


Guy Halevi is a third-year student in the joint Law and MBA program at Reichman University, where he has participated in the Zvi Meitar program researching the intersection of law and technology, is an editorial board member of the Law and Business Review and has been recognized as part of the Dean's List.

Before joining Cytactic, he was a Customer Success Specialist in a legal-tech company, served in the IDF as a commander and sergeant at the Oketz unit, and took part in a gap year in London, where he volunteered before the army as a delegate of the Jewish Agency in different Jewish and Israeli organizations.



Amitai is a MA student of the Adi Lautman Interdisciplinary Program for Outstanding Students at Tel Aviv University, pursuing a master's degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology.

Prior to joining Cytactic, Amitai served as a research assistant at Tel Aviv University and as an Intelligence Analyst and Course Commander in the IDF's 8200 unit. In this capacity, he led interdisciplinary cyber-intelligence teams and developed a data analytics, cybersecurity, and intelligence curriculum.

In addition to his professional experience, Amitai is an LGBTQ activist and educator, focusing on the religious gay community. He hosts and produces the podcast "God Wears Prada," discussing feminist and queer theory

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