BLACKCUBE - Key Persons
Mr Malka has recently completed his tenure as the VP of Marketing and Business Development at NICE Systems' Intelligence and Cyber Division. Over the past fifteen years, he has held senior management positions at several major technology companies, including Azimuth and Elbit, leading large-scale business activity for both corporate and government clients in the defence, homeland security, and cyber spheres. He recently founded Sigma Harel, a leading business development company in the field of cyber security.
Mr Malka holds a BSc in Industrial Engineering from Ben Gurion University of the Negev.
Mr Doron Arbelli is the former director of the Israeli Tax Authority. He has over 30 years of public service, most recently as the authority's ambassador to Europe, holding the position of vice president of intelligence, drugs, and money laundering investigations, as well as heading the customs administration. Over the course of this role, Mr Arbelli dramatically expanded the tax authority's intelligence capabilities, and established new special operations unit's technological tools, as well as writing and overseeing the tax authority's intelligence theory and guidelines. Since his retirement from public office, Mr Arbelli has consulted with companies, both in Israel and overseas, to develop their intelligence and enforcement capabilities.
Mr Maayan is one of the leading and well-known C.T.O.s in Israel and lectures in most of Israel's professional conventions. He currently leads Mobile Marketing at Verifone and is a member of Microsoft's consulting staff. He is also a member of Microsoft's Customer Advisory Board and an expert on all aspects of IT and cyber. Mr Maayan was the lead member of the team that transformed the Municipality of Tel-Aviv-Jaffa into one of the world's leading municipalities in the field of technology. His signature is his unique ability to efficiently manage large-scale projects that integrate multiple technological components.
Mr Reyniers developed the European financial services practice at A.T. Kearney and led their global capital markets operations, technology and capital management competency. He established the global financial markets Practice at Price Waterhouse and the global risk competency at Coopers & Lybrand.
Mr Reyniers is the author of GARP (Generally Accepted Risk Principles) as well as various other publications on strategy, finance, and risk management, and has led engagements for many of the world's largest institutions.