Kobi Levi is joining as the next CFO of HUB Cyber Security. He joins the company after previously serving as the CFO of Dori Media Group Ltd. and brings with him 20 years of experience in global businesses.
Levi will officially take on the CFO role at HUB Cyber Security starting on Nov. 19. His expertise has seen him work with several major tech companies over the years. Among them are Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) and Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN).
Uzi Moskowitz, CEO of HUB Cyber Security, said the following about Levi joining the company:
“His wealth of experience and expertise in financial management and strategic planning will undoubtedly strengthen our leadership team. Kobi’s appointment reflects our commitment to driving innovation and growth within our organization.”
HUBC Stock Reactions on Thursday
Shares of HUBC stock are gaining on Thursday after the company announced Levi as its next CEO. That saw the shares climbing 2.4% higher as of this writing. With that comes some 750,000 shares traded, as compared to the company’s daily average of 9.5 million shares.
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