Armis welcomes Efraim Harari as chief legal officer

Harari brings over eighteen years of experience helping global tech companies grow

Armis welcomes Efraim Harari as chief legal officer

Armis has announced the appointment of Efraim Harari as chief legal officer, as the asset visibility and security company prepares for a potential initial public offering.  

In his role, Harari will build a high-capacity legal function and work closely with the office of the chief financial officer and the extended Armis executive team, as Armis continues to expand its operations and execution capabilities. He will develop the company's legal operations, ensure legal support to all functional teams and help the company to meet its strategic goals.

“As a fast-growing company, Armis often explores uncharted territory, analyzing opportunities and assessing risk in pursuit of larger ambitions,” said Yevgeny Dibrov, CEO and co-founder of Armis. “The legal function is centric to these efforts, so we're thrilled to have Efi join our team as the head of our legal department. His experience over his nearly two-decade-long career thus far - especially the critical role he played in taking both SentinelOne and Zendesk public – make him a key, strategic hire for Armis.”

Harari brings over eighteen years of experience helping global tech companies grow, scale, and succeed by way of legal, compliance, and operational excellence, having most recently served as chief of staff and previously chief legal officer of SentinelOne. During his time at SentinelOne, he built several teams and functions and was instrumental in the company's growth and ultimate IPO process.

“As an active participant in the cyber tech industry I've been aware of Armis' groundbreaking technology and growth path for some time now,” said Harari. “Coming into Armis is a great honor, and I'm looking forward to contributing to the company's growth and success given my highly relevant industry and legal experience. Armis' excellence and execution culture is a great fit for my skill set and high energy, especially as the company continues to grow at a rapid clip and gain recognition as an innovative, market-leading cybersecurity company.”

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