Virtual Middlebury

Open to the Public

Special Guest, Roei Sherman, will speak remotely on Hacking to Improve Security.

So often you hear stories about criminal hackers who infiltrate big companies demanding to be paid. What if we told you that there was a way to hack to help make a company more secure.

Roei Sherman is an Israeli information security professional with over a decade of experience, focusing mainly on offensive security. He is currently the head of offensive services at AB-InBev, the biggest brewer in the world. Before joining AB-InBev, Roei was a senior information security consultant and a Red Team leader in EY Israel. Roei has served in a field intelligence unit in the IDF (Israeli Defense Force) and still serves as an active reserve. His expertise is primarily in Red Team engagements and adversarial thinking such as: “What would a criminal hacker do, and how can the network be made more secure?”

Sponsored by Midd Ventures Community, TAMID Group, Middlebury School of Hebrew, the Program in Modern Hebrew, and the Computer Science Department.

This lecture will take place through Zoom and will be in English. Please use this Zoom link to join (passcode: 814909).

Sponsored by:
Computer Science; Hebrew; Modern Hebrew; TAMID

Contact Organizer

Strier, Michal