Adam Gavish is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of DoControl. Adam brings 15 years of experience in product management, software engineering, and network security. Prior to founding DoControl, Adam was a Product Manager at Google Cloud, where he led ideation, execution, and strategy of Security & Privacy products serving Fortune 500 customers. Before Google, Adam was a Senior Technical Product Manager at Amazon, where he launched customer-obsessed products improving the payment experience for 300M customers globally. Before Amazon, Adam was a Software Engineer in two successfully acquired startups, eXelate for $200M and Skyfence for $60M.
Adam is a lifetime information geek, breaking down business and technical problems into components to generate long-term learning. He loves running outdoors, playing with LEGOs with his son, and watching a good movie with his wife.
Adam holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the Academic College of Tel-Aviv Yafo and an MBA from the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University.
The last time the RSA Conference was a live, in-person event was right before the world as we knew it came to a screeching halt. Every technology vendor did their best to rollout “virtual” events which were in no way comparable to the real thing. Everyone – including all of us here at DoControl – was missing the “human connection.” As a vendor that was “born out of the pandemic,” we were very excited to (for the first time!) meet face-to-face with prospects, customers, peers, partners and more to talk about all things Software as a Service (SaaS) data security.
We are excited to announce that Kobi Afoota, former CISO at Kornit Digital (NASDAQ: KRNT), has joined DoControl as Head of Information Security. At DoControl, Kobi will be responsible for leading security and risk management initiatives, application security, and compliance readiness.
We started 2021 by unveiling our first initial MVP which was designed and built based on feedback from multiple design partners and friendly customers. This initial cluster of customers truly helped us validate and shape the first product value proposition. If you’re reading this, thank you so much for all the support, feedback, and time. We generally believe it’s never early enough to go outside of the building and show your product to your target market, in our case Security and IT practitioners.
While ZTNA micro segments on identities, networks, and devices, ZTDA micro segments on users, 3rd party collaborators, identity provider group membership, HR employment status, file type, file location, PII detection, malware detection, and more
As work and home life have increasingly merged, many employees have found it convenient to share corporate data residing in SaaS applications to their personal email accounts. But this “personal sharing” can create vulnerabilities that are difficult for an organization’s SecOps people to be aware of, let alone manage.