Terrogence Global is a leading private intelligence company. Our principal assets over the years have been our highly experienced in-house analysts, experts in different fields such as Terror Funding and Recruiting, Criminal Activities, Strategic Research, Improvised Explosive Devices (IED), and Homemade Explosives (HME), and more. We deliver intelligence solutions to customers around the world, including government organizations, law enforcement agencies, Multinational Corporations (MNC’s) with international operations, and more.
Our intelligence services are delivered by experienced intelligence professionals, veterans of military intelligence and intelligence agencies, who specialize in Web Intelligence, Virtual Entities™ operations, and linguistics. Our work is also enhanced by our unique Web Intelligence system, used for deep extraction of intelligence from inside online networks and forums, where assailants of all kinds share, plan, develop and disseminate tactics and techniques of operation.
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Superintendent (ret.) Senior C-IED Analyst
Weapons Technical Intelligence Team Lead
Chief Technology and Product Officer
Prior to establishing Terrogence Global, Mr. Arbel served as team leader in 8200 Intelligence unit in the IDF. Following his service, he joined the Israeli Security Agency (ISA), taking a position as a communications analyst.
Mr. Arbel has been a part of the Terrogence team from the beginning in 2005. Shai was the CEO of Terrogence and SenseCy (Cyber Threat Intelligence) that were acquired by Verint Systems (CIS) in 2017.
In Verint Systems CIS, Shai held the position of VP Cyber Threat Intelligence and Head of the Terrogence / SenseCy group.
Shai holds a B.Sc. degree in Economics and Management from Ruppin Academic Center.
Chief Superintendent (ret) Michael Cardash is one of the world’s leading experts in recognizing and responding to the threat of IEDs.
With a career as a senior bomb technician spanning some 30 years, Mr. Cardash most recently served as Deputy Head of the Israeli National Police Bomb Disposal Division (2005-2009). Before that, he served during crucial periods of unrest as West Bank Bomb Squad commander (1990-1992), Yarkon Bomb Squad Commander (1993-1996), Bomb Disposal Training School Commander (1996-1999), and Chief Bomb Disposal Officer of both the Tel Aviv District (1999-2001) and the Central District (2001-2004). As a leader of these teams, he investigated and responded to various terror attacks, particularly those involving suicide bombing devices. He received the Medal of Courage for outstanding service in 1991.
Mr. Cardash trains law enforcement personnel and bomb technicians from around the world assists in founding counterterrorism security procedures and contributes to R&D bomb-disposal projects, researching and developing new tools and equipment for mitigating and defeating IEDs. He currently authors the C-IED assessments in Terrogence Global’s Möbius Subscription Intelligence Report Series and advises the Terrogence Global Physical Threats Team on IED and HME related matters.
Ms. Karp joined Terrogence Global in 2016 with professional experience in technical intelligence and language research, that includes having served in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) Intelligence Corps as a translator of SIGINT and OSINT materials, and as a linguist and researcher.
She now heads the Weapons Technical Intelligence team whose analysts are in charge of conducting intelligence collection and analysis on global terror, security threats, online radicalization and terror capability developments, among other topics.
Ms. Karp holds a B.Sc. in Chemistry and Biology from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Yaniv Feldman is a serial entrepreneur. Yaniv has founded Geektime (The largest Israeli tech media) and One Alpha, a crypto data intelligence and research company (acquired by First Digital Assets Group).
Yaniv now leads Terrogence Global’s operations and Product development.
Yaniv comes from a vast technical background and has served as regional director for Security products at Microsoft and a Cyber-Security consultant for several large technology companies.
Yaniv holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and business administration from Derby University with a focus on economic history