Mr. Itzhak Ilan
Former Deputy Director of the Israeli Security Agency (“Shin-Bet”)
Mr. Itzhak Ilan is the former Deputy Director of the Israeli Security Agency (“Shin-Bet”), where he held various senior intelligence positions and sensitive high-security clearance roles. Prior to being appointed as its Deputy Director, Mr. Ilan served as the Head of the Shin-Bet’s Foreign Division, Head of the Counter-Terrorism Division and Head of the Interrogations Division. Mr. Ilan has vast experience in managing complex security and intelligence operations and addressing crisis situations. Utilizing his vast skills gained from over 30 years in Israel’s top governmental security agency and his close cooperation with the Israeli Police and the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), Mr. Ilan provides high-level security services in various sectors, including terrorism prevention, suspect interrogations, counter-espionage & field investigations. He is also a renowned expert in polygraph examinations. Mr. Ilan concurrently serves as a board member with specialized companies operating in the international arena.
Dr. Srini Pillay
Srini Pillay, M.D. is CEO of NeuroBusiness Group - voted one of the top 20 movers and shakers in leadership development in the world, (Training Industry, 2013).
Dr. Pillay is a world-renowned brain-imaging expert; a Harvard trained psychiatrist, a psychopharmacologist and therapist. He is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry (Part-time) at Harvard Medical School. He has been a physician for 25 years, and was the former Director of the Outpatient Anxiety Disorders Program at McLean Hospital. Dr. Pillay teaches in Executive Education at Harvard Business School and Duke Corporate Education. He speaks on and teaches neuroscience throughout the US, Canada, London, Paris, Switzerland, India, Greece and Brazil. Among the neuroscience topics Dr. Pillay teaches Global Leaders, Government Officials and CEO’s are: Decision Making Under Risk © and How to Lead While Managing Uncertainty ©. Dr. Pillay is a selected member of US Disaster and Terrorism Think-Tank Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry.