Guy Leibovitz is an experienced entrepreneur specializing in bringing ideas from board sketches to industry-grade products. At the age of 14, he taught himself the basics of software development and, two years later, he created a physics engine for computer games. In 2004, he joined the Israeli Intelligence Corps as the youngest member of a special team in the elite technological unit. After his army service, Guy joined Imperva (NYSE: IMPV) – then a young company ¬- as a senior Linux kernel developer.
In 2008, he opened a consultancy company that dealt with every aspect of cyber-security. He helped leading online companies to build state-level cyber defense and offense systems. Meantime, Guy had graduated from the Hebrew University (Computer Science, Economics).
He decided to quit his Mathematics MSc studies to found Routier, a smart router company that has raised $2M. After two years serving as Routier’s CTO, Guy decided to launch D.Day Labs to build an innovative AI-driven data management platform. Today, he is continuing to lead the company in building an advanced deep-learning platform that automatically learns an organization’s DNA to ensure that sensitive information won’t fall into the wrong hands.