Interview with Gil Geron, Chief Product Officer and Co-Founder, Orca Security

RSA Conference in San Francisco this year was available hybrid, 4i-Magazine attended online and came across many innovations in the cybersecurity world. After the event, I had the chance to have a video interview with Gil Geron, Chief Product Officer and Co-Founder, Orca Security.

In the interview, we discussed how Orca’s products benefit other companies, what challenges are addressed, and the launching of a new product that protects what is inside your cloud and what is built and deployed in the cloud. Also, Gil mentions that people who attended in person talked about how happy they were to be back in such events after Covid 19.

Orca identifies and prioritizes many cloud security risks, including exposures, misconfigurations, malware, data at risk.

“Orca Security, the cloud security innovation leader, provides instant-on security and compliance for AWSAzure, and GCP - without the gaps in coverage, alert fatigue, and operational costs of agents or sidecars.”

The company has offices in Portland, USA, London, UK, and Tel Aviv, Israel.

Gil has 15 years of experience leading and delivering cybersecurity and intelligence products. Prior to co-founding Orca Security, Gil directed a team of over 80 cyber professionals at Check Point Software Technologies. There he led the strategies and development cycle of its core cybersecurity product portfolio, which grew to over $400M in annual revenues while under his leadership. Gil is committed to providing seamless cybersecurity solutions without compromising on efficiency.

Andriani has been working in Publishing Industry since 2010. She has worked in major Publishing Houses in UK and Greece, such as Cambridge University Press and ProQuest. She gained experience in different departments in Publishing, including editing, sales, marketing, research and book launch (event planning). She started as Social Media Manager in 4i magazine, but very quickly became the Editor in Chief. At the moment, she lives in Greece, where she is mentoring women with job and education matters; and she is the mother of 3 boys.