Ben Zilberman

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Ben Zilberman is a product-marketing manager in Radware’s security team. In this role, Ben specializes in application security and threat intelligence, working closely with Radware’s Emergency Response and research teams to raise awareness of high profile and impending attacks. Ben has a diverse experience in network security, including firewalls, threat prevention, web security and DDoS technologies. Prior to joining Radware, Ben served as a trusted advisor at Checkpoint Software technologies where he led partnerships, collaborations, and campaigns with system integrators, service, and cloud providers. Ben holds a BA in Economics and a MBA, from Tel Aviv University.

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Value Stream Mapping & Security in Software Development

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Is Security for Containers and Microservices the Same?

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Radware’s 2019–2020 Global Application & Network Security Report combines statistical research and front-line experience to identify cybersecurity trends.

Big Data and Machine Learning Solutions

Machine learning is trying to solve a critical problem: how to identify malicious behaviors. But it can also be used by attackers.

Agile Security Is Now A Reality

Businesses are looking to optimize and accelerate their SDLC, in order to improve their operational efficiency and gain a competitive edge.