By Yoav Stoler


Venture firm Blumberg Capital announced the appointment of Ehud Schneorson as managing director in September, after he retired from command of the Israeli equivalent of the NSA.


The cybersecurity industry is in the midst of adopting a new paradigm, according to brigadier general (ret.) Ehud Schneorson, former commander of Unit 8200, the Israeli military’s equivalent of the NSA in the U.S., and British GCHQ. Speaking Monday at Calcalist’s eighth annual digital and mobile conference INSPIRE Digital@Mobile, Schneorson said the traditional mindset that breaches could be stopped with the deployment of technology-based barricades is giving way to an approach that puts human cyber-threat hunters at the center.


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