Corporate Governance

Board of Directors


Gillon Beck, Chairman

Mr. Beck has served as a director and our Executive Chairman since September 2023, and as a director and Executive Chairman of the Senstar-Israel board of directors since September 2014. Since 2003, Mr. Beck has been a Senior Partner at FIMI Opportunity Funds, the controlling shareholder of Senstar, as well as a Director of the FIMI Opportunity Funds’ General Partners and SPV companies. In addition, Mr. Beck currently serves as Chairman of the Board of ImageSat NV, Emet Computing Ltd. (TASE), Gal-Shvav Ltd, Bet Shemesh Engines Ltd. (TASE: BSEN), Inrom Industries Ltd., Bird Aerosystems Ltd, and is a director of Rafa Laboratories Ltd., Simplivia Ltd., Orbit Technologies Ltd (TASE: ORBI), Carmel Forge Ltd., AITECH Ltd, Stern Engineering Ltd., Utron Ltd. ( TASE) and Unitronics (1989) (RG) Ltd (TASE: UNIT). During the past five years, Mr. Beck had served as a member of the Board of Directors of the following public companies: Overseas Commerce Ltd (TASE: OVRS), Ham-Let Ltd., Inrom Construction Ltd. From 1999 to 2003, Mr. Beck served as Chief Executive Officer and President of Arad Ltd. (TASE Mr. Beck received a Bachelor of Science degree (Cum Laude) in Industrial Engineering in 1990 from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, and a Master of Business Administration in Finance in 1992 from Bar-Ilan University.


Kelli Roiter

Roiter has served as a member of our board of directors since March 2024. Ms. Roiter founded and managed Jefferies’ Private Capital Group within its Investment Banking unit. Ms. Roiter joined Jefferies in 2008 and retired in 2023. Ms. Roiter’s primary responsibilities at Jefferies was raising private institutional capital for private equity, private debt and venture capital funds, as well as raising capital for private companies. Prior to Jefferies. Ms. Roiter was an external consultant (Fund Seven Inc.) raising capital for Bay City Capital LLC. Previously, she was a Director at Citigroup, managing the Private Bank’s third party alternative investment fundraising efforts. Prior to that, she was a Director at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette/Credit Suisse, managing their third party alternative fundraising efforts, focused on family offices, small/medium corporations and ultra-high net worth individuals, as well as the firm’s traditional equity asset management platform. Ms. Roiter received her MBA in Finance from Yale University and her Bachelor of Commerce with Honors in Accounting and Economics Concordia University in Montreal, Canada.


Tom Overwijn

Overwijn has served as a member of our board of directors since March 2024. Mr. Overwijn is a partner in Fybe Finance since 2021 and acts as Interim Finance Manager via Fybe at various companies. From 2011 until 2018 he was Director and later CFO of Siqura Group in The Netherlands. Prior to that, from 2005 – 2011, COO of Optelecom-NKF and from 1990 – 2005 in various positions at NKF, a cable manufacturer. He started his career in auditing. Mr. Overwijn is an RA (Chartered Accountant) and is registered in the accountant’s register of the Netherlands Institute of Chartered Accountants (NBA).


Jacob Berman

Mr. Berman has served as a member of our board of directors since March 2024 and as a director of Senstar-Israel since November 2013. Since November 2014 until March 2019, Mr. Berman had served as the chairman of the board of directors of Israel Discount Bank of New York and acted as a member of our audit committee and compensation committee between September 2014 and December 2014. Mr. Berman is the President and founder of JB Advisors, Inc., a New York based financial advisory firm with extensive experience in international private banking, real estate investment counseling, and commercial/retail banking since 2002. Mr. Berman was the founder, President and CEO of the Commercial Bank of New York.


Diversity of the Board of Directors

Board Diversity Matrix (As of March 18, 2024)

Country of Principal Executive OfficesOntario, Canada
Foreign Private IssuerYes
Disclosure Prohibited under Home Country LawNo
Total Number of Directors4
Part I: Gender IdentityFemaleMaleNon-BinaryDid Not Disclose Gender
Part II: Demographic Background
Underrepresented Individual in Home Country 0
Did Not Disclose Demographic Background 4

Code of Ethics and Business Conduct

Senstar Technologies Corporation is committed to operating according to a Code of Ethics and Business Conduct that has been specifically designed to guarantee compliance and obligation to applicable laws and regulations.

Quality Assurance

Senstar Technologies is committed to manage a process that promotes, reinforces and ensures customer satisfaction throughout a project’s life cycle. Our basic principles reflect our commitment to providing high-quality solutions, and demonstrate integrity and credibility towards our stakeholders worldwide in all aspects of our business endeavors

Governance and Auditing

Senstar Technologies’ audit committee consists of three board members in compliance with the Securities and Exchange Commission, NASDAQ and Canadian law for audit committee members. The audit committee meets at least once each quarter and reviews the internal controls of the company and the internal auditor’s audit annual plan.

Audit Committee Charter (PDF) Compensation Committee Charter (PDF) Sustainability, Nominating and Governance Committee Charter (PDF) Corporate Governance Guidelines (PDF)

Environment and Community

Senstar Technologies is dedicated to the environment and the communities in which it operates. We manage a process that promotes, reinforces and ensures compliance with international environmental standards and regulations. Senstar Technologies performs according to guidelines and requirements that reduce and minimize environmental hazards, and that are designed to help create and preserve a clean and safe world. Senstar Technologies contributes to community relations and social responsibility by encouraging involvement of employees in the community′s daily life assisting less fortunate groups.

Conflict Mineral

Senstar Technologies has evaluated its current product lines and determined that certain minerals, necessary to the functionality and/or production of the products we manufacture, or contract to manufacture, contain tin, tungsten, tantalum, or gold (3TG), which are defined as “conflict minerals” by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. Accordingly, Senstar Technologies has filed a Disclosure Report along with a Conflict Minerals Report to disclose the measures we have taken to determine the origin of the conflict minerals used in our products.

Conflict Minerals Policy (PDF) SEC Form SD for Fiscal Year Ending Dec 31, 2023 (PDF)

Code of Ethics

Senstar Technologies believes that conducting Company’s business honestly, ethically and with integrity are crucial to the Company’s continued success and growth and are essential attributes of the Company’s reputation. We strongly believe that a reputation for honesty is a priceless asset.

Code of Ethics and Business Conduct (PDF)