Investor Connect: Professor Ariel Evans of Cyber Innovative Technologies

Investor Connect: Professor Ariel Evans of Cyber Innovative Technologies

March 25, 2021 by investor

In this episode, Hall welcomes Professor Ariel Evans, CEO and Founder of Cyber Innovative Technologies.

Cyber Innovative Technologies is a technology innovator that provides an integrated cyber risk management platform that allows organizations, governments, regulators and their third-parties to become more cyber resilient.

85% of a business is a digital asset. The VRisk platform quantifies digital asset cyber exposures and scores the risk of the digital assets on-premise and in cloud environments. The core technology is a digital asset risk engine that is surrounded by an ecosystem of role-based modules that allow communication, reporting, analysis, and workflows between all the stakeholders in cybersecurity, cyber risk, compliance, and privacy. 

Ariel is a serial entrepreneur with two successful exits in technology. She is a cybersecurity expert, an educator, and author of ‘Managing Cyber Risk’ and ‘Enterprise Cybersecurity in Digital Business’. Cyber Innovative’s technology is based on the digital asset approach which Ariel pioneered. Ariel lives in Israel and the U.S. She has her M.B.A. from NYU Stern.

Ariel discusses the recent cybersecurity breach at SolarWinds, the primary trend in cybersecurity risk, what changes we should expect to see in the coming 12 months, and more.

You can visit Cyber Innovative Technologies at, via LinkedIn at, and via Twitter at    

Ariel can be contacted at, and via LinkedIn at  

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Music courtesy of Bensound.

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