Benny Czarny is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer at OPSWAT. As CEO, Benny oversees OPSWAT's day-to-day-operations, as well as leading the company’s overall business strategy. Benny has over 20 years of experience in the Computer and Network Security field. From the early days of computer viruses he was interested and involved in the fields of encryption, network operations, security vulnerabilities detection and research. He worked as a programmer, team leader and engineering manager in several companies before founding OPSWAT in 2002. Benny earned a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology.
“Although it is still too early to determine how these initiatives will play out, increased attention on the catastrophic impacts of critical infrastructure cybersecurity events (e.g. Colonial Pipeline) have pushed organizations to take steps in the right direction,. And with giants like Apple, Google, Microsoft, and JPMorgan Chase engaging in conversations like these, we can hope that others will follow suit.”20 October 2021
“First and foremost, the government and private sectors need to formally adopt shared responsibility when it comes to cybersecurity and protecting critical data and resources. Implementing a Zero-Trust framework as part of this shared responsibility can also build confidence in the U.S’s security posture, as it requires strict policies and technologies to be implemented as part of risk prevention, detection and mitigation,”20 October 2021