Gadi Tirosh is Managing Partner of Jerusalem Venture Partners ("JVP") a global venture capital fund out of Jerusalem. Gadi is a key leader of JVP's investment team and has been a key player in shaping the Israeli cyber-security and media related software landscapes. His experience gives him strong domain expertise in both the consumer infrastructure world and service provider needs. Gadi was Chairman of the Board of CyberArk Software (NASDAQ: CYBR) that went public on Nasdaq in September 2014 and was the leading JVP partner in the monetization of JVP's holdings at a valuation of approximately $1.5 billion. Gadi serves as Chairman of the Board of AnyClip Media, as well as on the board of directors of ThetaRay, ComQi, Upsolver, Morphisec, Coro.Net, Uponit, Gamefly and Looms Systems. Prior to joining JVP, Gadi was Corporate VP of Product Marketing and a member of the executive committee for NDS (acquired by Cisco for $5bn), a leader in digital pay-TV systems, supporting some of the largest digital broadcast platforms such as DIRECTV, BSkyB, Canal Digital and more. At NDS, Gadi established the business of digital interactive TV in the late 90s, catering to the likes of Sky Sports, MTV, Discovery, and other leading TV channels. Prior to NDS, Gadi held a variety of positions in software and Internet-based R&D organizations, including Director of Product Marketing at ServiceSoft Corp. Gadi holds a BS in Computer Science and Mathematics as well as an Executive MBA from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.