About Us

our vision is to
build a more secure
wireless world

We are reshaping device identity management for all wireless devices

Our truly innovative technology is pioneering a new form of authentication for wireless devices to prevent hacking, manipulation and deception.

Our services can protect billions of wirelessly connected devices that comprise the Internet of Things across all sectors.

We thrive on solving the unsolvable

We have already successfully developed solutions for many authentication gaps that, up until recently, were deemed unsolvable.

This has attracted influential early adopters and has accelerated our rapid growth into new markets.

Powerful human resource

LEVL is a US company, headquartered in Palo Alto with an Israeli R&D center in Tel Aviv. Our team represents some of the best tech talent in the industry, including veterans of the IDF’s elite intelligence and cyber security units, academics and former employees of leading tech companies.


Daniel Zahavi, Ph.D.

Co-Founder and CEO

Daniel has made a career of innovating wireless cyber security technologies in very high-threat environments. He is now applying that experience to the commercial market.

Daniel previously led the R&D team in the electronic warfare center of the Israeli Defense Forces and received multiple commendations for technology achievements. He also served as a consultant for industries in homeland security and offensive RF-cyber-attacks.

Daniel was a lecturer in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Ben-Gurion University (BGU) and has published several papers in the fields of information theory and wireless digital communication.

Daniel holds a B.Sc from the Technion, and an M.Sc. and Ph.D. from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, all in Electrical Engineering.

Michael Estrin

Co-Founder and CTO

Michael started his career as a software engineer in the elite intelligence unit of the Israeli Defense Forces, specializing in cyber-security.

Since then, he has held a variety of positions that make the most of his expertise in the fields of cyber-security, low-level engineering and high-speed processing architecture.

Previously, he served as the Head of the Engineering team at Dell, was a senior software engineer at Google, and at Exanet, a start-up company acquired by Dell.

Michael holds a BA (Hons) in Computer Science from the Open University and an MSc in Bio-informatics from Tel-Aviv University.