Cybersecurity company Morphisec appoints Ron Reinfeld as CFO
“This company is growing exponentially; the last quarter has been the strongest in its history and is bringing a complete and comprehensive solution to a complex problem that is relevant to most businesses around the world," said Reinfeld
Morphisec endpoint security system (MTD) has announced the appointment of Ron Reinfeld as the CFO of the company. Reinfeld brings over 15 years of financial leadership experience at SaaS companies. Before joining Morphisec, Reinfeld served as Chief Financial Officer at IntSights as well as CFO at Zooz (acquired by PayU), and has held various financial and operations roles at Cloudshare, Clarizen, and Ernst & Young. In addition, Ron has held multiple advisory roles at early-stage tech startups.
"Morphisec is a rare combination of a company with exceptional qualities and high values that are hard to remain indifferent to," says Ron Reinfeld. “This company is growing exponentially; the last quarter has been the strongest in its history and is bringing a complete and comprehensive solution to a complex problem that is relevant to most businesses around the world."
Ron Reinfeld, CFO at Morphisec. Photo: Ido Lavi
Morphisec provides an endpoint security system using the "Moving Targets Defence" (MTD) that deceives the attackers and prevents zero-day attacks, ransomware, and more. Morphisec's technology today protects over eight million computers of customers worldwide, including Motorola Mobility, Imperva, Bank Leumi, and more. Morphisec, which operates from Be'er Sheva, was founded seven years ago and has raised more than $50 million. The company employs 109 people in Israel and the United States.
"Adding Ron to the company is a significant step towards the company's growth" says Ronen Yehoshua, CEO of Morphisec. "This move is part of the company's general expansion and strengthening of the development center in Be'er Sheva. The company also expects to recruit dozens of additional employees soon."