Zuk Avraham is a world-renowned white-hat security researcher and the founder of mobile security company Zimperium.
An innate hacker with a passion for detecting code vulnerabilities, Zuk started his career as a security researcher in the IDF before being recruited by Samsung Electronics, where he published the first return-oriented programming technique for ARM architecture at DEFCON 18 and Blackhat. His security work has been the subject of academic research and is often quoted in leading publications such as Forbes, MIT Technology Review, TIMES and Engadget.
As Founder, Chairman and Chief Technology Officer at Zimperium, Zuk leads a team of specialists dedicated to protecting organizations from the growing threat of infiltration via mobile devices. He and his team have pioneered many new security approaches, including signature-independent protection. Founded only in 2010, Zimperium have already earned innovation awards for their cutting-edge enterprise Mobile IPS.