I'm the CTO of Wild Moose, which I co-founded with the amazing Tom Tytunovich and Yasmin Dunsky. We are helping developers solve production incidents faster, by making production-environment information accessible via a natural, conversational interface.
Before, I was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Vector Institute for AI, advised by prof. Nicolas Papernot. In my academic research, I am interested in the broad intersection of information security and machine learning. I published work on using data and ML for both defenses (to construct tight security policies) and attacks (analyzing and exploiting noisy side-channel leaks). I also focus on new advances in natural-language processing, and their adversarial implications.
Previously, I completed a PhD in computer science at Tel Aviv University, where I was advised by prof. Eran Tromer. Throughout my entire PhD period, I was also a researcher at Cornell Tech. Before that, I completed my B.Sc. in computer science at the Technion, and worked as a researcher in the information-security industry.