Steering Sepio towards its goals and handling investors’ relationships.
With more than 25 years of experience in security, networking, computer science and control systems, Yossi Appleboum brings wide angle vision on cybersecurity.
In the early 90’s, after graduating from studies, Yossi Appleboum joined the Israeli Army Intelligence (unit 8200) and served as a team leader and as Chief Architect focusing on design and development of critical infrastructure network monitoring and security systems.
In 1998, Yossi Appleboum was one of the founders of WebSilicon, an Israeli company which focused on delivering networking and security systems. As the VP of R&D, Yossi was involved in design and implementation of more than 250 systems for government agencies, integrators and vendors. In 2013, WebSilicon was acquired by Magal (NASDAQ: MAGS). One of the world’s largest physical security integration companies.
After the acquisition, Yossi Appleboum was tasked with leading the integration of his company into the Magal group which included the rebranding of WebSilicon as CyberSeal.
Yossi served as the CTO for Cyber Security of Senstar Inc. The North American division of Magal, and relocated to the United States to work more closely with key customers and partners.
In 2016, Yossi Appleboum co-founded Sepio. Appleboum serves as the CEO of Sepio Systems Inc., and is responsible for North American operations.
Sepio offers a trusted asset inventory solution that spans across networks and endpoints, extending to peripherals.
Sepio platform utilizes the physical layer to enhance asset visibility, introducing a new dimension with an integrated Asset Risk Factor score. This approach taps into the full potential of the asset security ecosystem, offering actionable visibility and limitless scalability crucial for effective asset risk management. Sepio’s solution provides tangible benefits for IT departments, including the reduction of hardware clutter, optimization of efficiency, and elimination of redundancy, resulting in decreased headaches and costs.