We want to make the internet a safe and accessible place for everyone. It’s a bold aim, but we like being bold. Our expert teams in some of the world’s leading tech hubs – Aachen, Bucharest, London, Tel Aviv – work to ensure your online experience is as secure as possible. If you value your security and freedom online, we’re here for you.
The internet has changed everything. It’s transformed the way we interact, shop and think about the world. Many of these changes have been positive, but not all.
Some people aim to exploit this freedom. Credit card and identity fraud are on the rise, while viruses are endemic. Not only that, corporations are selling our data and some dictate the content we consume.
Kape are determined to fix things. We believe a secure, free online experience is a basic right. That’s what motivates us.
We strive to be accessible, proactive and bold in our approach. It means keeping things simple, staying ahead of the curve and showing no fear in our decision making. This isn’t just marketing speak, these principles underpin everything we do.
We like to think of ourselves as accessible - and its how our products are. We simplify the complex. With accessibility and ease of use always front of mind, we create tech products and services for everyone.
As a company, we’ve always been ahead of the curve. That’s because we’re fast learners and face every challenge head on. A proactive and problem-solving approach is part of our DNA.
We approach everything boldly and fearlessly. We believe a secure and accessible online experience is a right. We’re determined to fix the internet so that right remains.
Meet some of the smart and talented faces at Kape.
Ido joined Kape in May 2016 as Group Chief Executive Officer. Ido has more than nine years’ experience in the technology sector garnered through roles in private equity, consulting and finance. Prior to joining Kape, Ido was chief executive officer of VisualDNA (which was acquired by The Nielsen Company), a leading psychographic data business, where he led its geographic expansion and oversaw significant EBITDA growth. Prior to VisualDNA, Ido also worked as a senior associate within KPMG’s private equity deal advisory practice in London and as a senior manager within KPMG’s Transaction Services practice focusing on technology deals in Israel and with the Israeli Ministry of Finance. Ido is the author of the best-selling book ‘Battle of Strategies’ published in Israel by Yediot Books. Ido is a Certified Public Accountant, graduated magna cum laude in Accounting and Economics from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, obtained his Masters degree in Law from Bar-Ilan University, and received an MBA from the University of Cambridge’s Judge Business School.
David has over 25 years’ experience in the information technology software and service sector. He has held senior management roles with firms such as ACT Financial Systems, DST, Advent and SQS Group plc and has led and successfully implemented two trade sales of technology companies. Between 2006 and 2011 David served as the CEO of UKIISA Region (UK, Ireland, South Africa and India) and as board director at SQS Group plc (LSE: SQS). David is currently non-executive chairman of RapidCloud Int plc (LSE: RCI) and SyQic plc (LSE: SYQ). David sits on the remuneration and audit committees of both companies. Additionally, David is chairman of IT services company, Qualitest UK. David is Kape's Senior Independent Director and also Chairman of the Company’s Remuneration Committee.
Moran joined Kape as Group Financial Controller in 2012. He was a key member of the finance team that successfully supported the Group's admission to AIM in September 2014. Prior to joining Kape, Moran was a Divisional Controller at SafeCharge international Ltd (AIM: SCH), a global provider of payments services, technologies and risk management solutions for online and mobile businesses. Previously Moran worked for Ernst & Young as a senior auditor of London Stock Exchange and NASDAQ traded companies primarily focused on the technology sector. Moran is a Certified Public Accountant, who graduated in Accounting and Economics and received an MBA from Tel Aviv University.
Don retired as Group CEO of Creston plc (LSE: CRE), a marketing services company which is listed on the Main Market, at the end of March 2014. He founded Creston plc, a digitally-focused communications and insight group, in 2001, and built it into an international group which generated £75 million revenue, £12 million EBITDA and employed over 800 people as at March2014. Don has many years’ experience in marketing servicesincluding developing companies organically and by acquisition.He is Chairman of the Company’s Nominations Committee.
Prior to joining the Board of Kape, Martin acted as CFO of Pilat Media Global plc, a company previously admitted to trading on both AIM and the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, which developed, marketed and supported new generation business management software solutions for content and service providers in the media industry. Martin joined Pilat Media in 2001, ahead of its admission to AIM in 2002. Pilat Media was acquired by SintecMedia Ltd for £63.3 million in April 2014. Martin qualified as a chartered accountant with Ernst & Young in 1982 and between 1983 and 1986 worked for PwC. He then joined the mail order and retail company, Freemans plc, and later moved into the media sector asdirector of finance & administration and then as vice president ofUnited International Pictures Limited, between 1988 and 1996. Martin is Chairman of the Company’s Audit Committee.