the entreprenurs

Hana Rado Co-Founder & Co-CEO (Israel)


A serial social entrepreneur who works towards making Israel a better place, especially for women. Hana's official job is the COO of McCann Tel Aviv. Her most well-known venture is McCann Valley in Mitzpe Ramon where she serves as a chairman and founder. Beside McCann Valley, she has founded SUPERSONAS, which is a non-profit database aimed at forming an equitable female presence in boards, conferences and key positions in all fields. Her recent initiatives are Spring Valley, Lev19, Desert19 and now Cyber19w.

Sivan Tehila Alus Co-Founder & Co-CEO (NYC)


A cyber and Information Security expert  with 13 years of experience in cyber management in the Israel Defense Forces, defense industries, and critical infrastructures. Sivan served for 10 years at the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) in the intelligence corps, as an information security officer, and honorably discharged as a Captain. Besides that, Sivan is a member of the young leadership committee in Haifa, one of the leaders of SupersonasNext program in Haifa and the founder and leader of the Leading Cyber Ladies NYC community.

Amihai (Ami) Nissimov COO & Co-Founder


A cybersecurity Leader with extensive experience in managing and leading IT and telecom resource-intensive projects and Managing cybersecurity from security strategy through policies, compliance and all related security activities.  Amihai holds B.Sc and MBA both from Tel Aviv University. He is a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) and develops and teach cyber security courses in different universities and colleges in Israel. 

Hagit Bekhor CFO & Co-Founder


A finance expert with an extensive experience in the filed. Worked at Bank Hapoalim for over 28 years, mostly in managerial roles and specifically in investments  and capital market,

pension consulting.   In her last role at Bank Hapoalim, Hagit established and managed the Shared Value branch- a unique section in the bank that use to develop social entrepreneur. Hagit holds BSc. in economic and management studies from the Technion and MBA from the  IDC institute 

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About CYBER19W


According to cybersecurity ventures, there will be up to 3.5 million job openings by 2021. Meanwhile, women make up only 20% of the cybersecurity workforce. 

CYBER19W is a unique social entrepreneurship that offers a real opportunity for women to be exposed to the profession of cybersecurity. 



Our main goal is to make the cybersecurity profession accessible to women and minorities worldwide and to achieve diversity in this field.  

We offer "low cost" but same time, high-level cybersecurity courses (frontal and online). We also help our graduated students to find work and offer them free mentoring by other women (from around the world) who work in Cybersecurity.

Our Courses


In partnership with Zefat Academic College (in Israel) and with cybersecurity experts we established the first-ever Cyber Security Practitioner (CSP) course for women and more courses to come soon. 

We offer scholarships and help for women who can't afford themselves to pay for the courses.

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