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My name is Ofer Shezaf and I am CTO at [http://www.breach.com Breach Security]. I'm in in charge of Security Research for Breach's proprietary products as well as for the Open Source [http://www.modsecurity.org ModSecurity] Web Application Firewall. I work and live in Israel.
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My name is Ofer Shezaf and I am CTO at [http://www.breach.com Breach Security]. I'm in in charge of Security Research for Breach's proprietary products as well as for the Open Source [http://www.modsecurity.org ModSecurity]Web Application Firewall. I work and live in Israel.
  
 
Prior to joining Breach, I specialized in national information security and worked with organizations such as the Israeli National Information Security Agency, the Israeli Intelligence Forces and the Israeli Nuclear Research Center specializing in areas such as information warfare & critical infrastructure protection.  
 
Prior to joining Breach, I specialized in national information security and worked with organizations such as the Israeli National Information Security Agency, the Israeli Intelligence Forces and the Israeli Nuclear Research Center specializing in areas such as information warfare & critical infrastructure protection.  

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My name is Ofer Shezaf and I am CTO at Breach Security. I'm in in charge of Security Research for Breach's proprietary products as well as for the Open Source ModSecurityWeb Application Firewall. I work and live in Israel.

Prior to joining Breach, I specialized in national information security and worked with organizations such as the Israeli National Information Security Agency, the Israeli Intelligence Forces and the Israeli Nuclear Research Center specializing in areas such as information warfare & critical infrastructure protection.

I am also a very active member of the application security community: