Yuval Elovici Israel

  • Director of the Telekom Innovation Laboratories at BGU
  • Co-founder at Morphisec
  • Senior advisor to hi-tech companies and large governmental agencies on cyber security

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Enhancing offensive capacity by creating attack toolboxes
Enhancing offensive capacity by creating attack toolboxes
How dangerous are IOT devices?
How dangerous are IOT devices?

Biography

Yuval Elovici is the director of the Telekom Innovation Laboratories at BGU and an Associate Professor at the Department of Information Systems Eng. at BGU. He holds B.Sc and M.Sc degrees in Computer and Electrical Engineering from the Ben-Gurion University, and Ph.D in Information Systems from Tel-Aviv University. He served as the head of the Software Engineering program at BGU for two and a half years.

Prof. Elovici is a senior advisor to hi-tech and telecom companies as well as large governmental agencies in the area of cyber security and data analytics, helps venture capitals to perform due diligence. In the last seven years he has lead the cooperation between BGU and Deutsche Telekom. In addition, he has published more than 50 referred journal papers in leading journals, published over 80 papers in various referred conferences and coauthored a book on social network security and a book on information leakage detection and prevention. His main research interests are Computer and Network Security, Cyber Security, Web Intelligence, Information Warfare, Social Network Analysis and Machine Learning.

Speaking topics include:

  • Cyber Security: Smartphone Security, Malware Detection, APT Detection, Securing IoT
  • Big Data Security Analytics: User Analytics, Forensic Analysis, Using machine learning for detecting advanced cyber-attacks
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