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Fintech Photo: Shutterstock Thoma Bravo invests $85m in Israeli fintech co Personetics

The Tel Aviv company's AI financial-data-driven personalization solutions for banks and financial services providers, enables them to target the needs of individual customers.

Ido Erlichman Photo: OH! PR Digital privacy co Kape revenue jumps 90%

The Teddy Sagi controlled company's revenue and EBITDA were substantially above its own forecasts.

Yoav Vilner and Danni Friedland Photo: Arik Sultan Israeli sales demo platform Walnut raises $35m

The company's no-code platform enables customers to create individually tailored product demos quickly and efficiently.

NSO Group Photo: Shutterstock Israel Police using NSO's Pegasus to spy on citizens - report

"Calcalist" reports that the Black Flag protest movement leaders and mayors suspected of corruption were among those tracked without a judge's order.

Nvidia Israel office Photo: Eyal Izhar Nvidia expands Israel R&D operations

Nvidia Israel, which already has 2,800 employees in seven centers, will hire hundreds more for a new design and engineering group for CPUs.

Mobileye CEO Amnon Shashua in an autonomous vehicle on the road to Jerusalem  credit: PR Mobileye woos investors at CES

Despite declaring that it was dealing purely with technology and not its planned $50 billion flotation, Mobileye was clearly running a roadshow.

Chanan Schneider credit: Shlomi Harel Millennium leads $10m round in checkout scan co Supersmart

Supersmart's systems scans and validates the contents of a supermarket cart in three seconds.

Lemonade IPO  credit: Company Facebook page What happened to the insurtech revolution?

High-tech companies like Israel-based Lemonade stormed Wall Street promising to reinvent the staid insurance industry, but their plummeting share prices tell a tale of disappointment.

Pagaya founders Photo: Inbal Marmari Pagaya increases PIPE financing for SPAC merger

The PIPE that the Israeli fintech company will receive has risen from $200 million to $350 million in addition to the up to $288 million in gross proceeds that it will receive from SPAC EJF Acquisition Corp's cash in trust.

Placer.ai founders Photo: Yonatan David Retail analytics co Placer.ai raises $100m at $1b valuation

The company provides insights about foot traffic in malls and shopping centers, other retail centers, casinos, theme parks and stadiums and more.

BigPanda founders Assaf Resnick and Elik Eizenberg Photo: BigPanda Israeli AIOps co BigPanda raises $190m at $1.2b valuation

BigPanda provides an AIOps event correlation and automation platform that enables IT Operations teams to automate incident management.

Global tech giants in Israel  credit: Shutterstock Israel Tax Authority grabbing bigger slice of Israeli tech boom

With no orderly policy, measures to increase the tax take are creating uncertainty for global tech giants and local startups alike.

Pentera executives Photo: Yarin Tarnos Cybersecurity co Pentera raises $150m at $1b valuation

The Israeli company's platform tests IT infrastructures, reveals risk and creates a surgical remediation plan that automatically validates security for continued resilience.

Rafael exhibition stand  credit: Rafael Israel's defense brain drain

State-owned defense companies IAI and Rafael are losing out to the likes of Intel and Apple in the struggle to retain top technology talent.

WekaIO founders Photo: PR AI data platform Weka raises $73m

Weka develops technology that streamlines data storage within enterprises and the cloud and allows more efficient storage and swift transmission of AI applications, machine learning, financial and medical analysis.

Nano Dimension 3D printer  credit: PR As stock sinks, Nano Dimension makes fourth acquisition

Nano Dimension, whose share price is 80% below its peak, has bought UK company Global Inkjet Systems.

Intel Core Photo: Intel Intel unveils two Israel-developed products at CES

Intel launched the Core i9 12900HK mobile processor for laptops and announced Screenovate's cross-platform communication will be integrated into Evo PCs.

Google Cloud services Photo: Shutterstock Siemplify could help Google enlarge cloud market share

Google has bought the Israeli company to improve its cybersecurity analytics platform Chronicle, and attract big new customers in the fast growing cloud market.

Mobileye founder Amnon Shashua  credit: Mobileye Mobileye unveils super-fast AV chip at under $1,000

The EyeQ Ultra is designed for Level 4 autonomous driving, with performance equivalent to ten of Mobileye's current EyeQ5 systems.

Global-e IPO Photo: Space Cat Global-e completes $500m acquisition of Flow Commerce

The acquisition will expand e-commerce platform Global-e's target market to include small and mid-size businesses.

Siemplify founders Photo: PR Google acquires Israeli cybersecurity co Siemplify

Google will reportedly pay $500 million for the company, which has developed an automated, rapid threat response system.

Cryptocurrency security  credit: Tali Bogdanovski Made in Israel: Cryptocurrency security

You don't have to be Israeli to work in secure multiparty computation, but it helps.

Isreali tech company Aquant  credit: Shlomi Yosef Has venture capital become too safe?

Booming valuations, big financial institutions moving in, and fewer new companies, perhaps spell the end of the traditional VC role.

No-code, low-code Photo: Shutterstock No-code can bypass the shortage of developers

No-code and low-code have huge advantages, but Israeli startups in the field also warn that their applications come with serious risks.

Cyber surveillance Photo: ASAP Shutterstock Israeli companies face Trojan horse dilemma

Israeli cyberattack companies like Cognyte and Quadream are torn between filling the vacuum NSO may leave, or abandoning the business.

Cyberattack  credit: Shutterstock Cybersecurity is only half the battle

Vulnerable Israeli companies need to take cyber insurance seriously. Fortunately, Israeli innovation is at work on that too.

Noam Bardin Photo: Eyal Izhar Former Waze CEO Noam Bardin seeks new destination

Bardin, a guest at Tuesday's Globes Business Conference, talks about life after Waze and Google, easing traffic jams, and why it's impossible to found a startup in Israel.

Tufin founders Reuven Harrison and Ruvi Kitov  credit: PR "Cyber startups are too expensive for sane companies to buy"

Tufin CEO Ruvi Kitov talks to "Globes" about share price ups and downs, the company's new strategy, and what it won't be doing with its cash.

NSO What will NSO do without its flagship product?

The Israeli company is considering shelving Pegasus, the cyberattack product that brought it a bad name. Can it reinvent itself, as similar companies have in the past?

Shay Michel Merlin Ventures TLV manager Photo: Eyal Izhar "US administration offers huge opportunities in cybersecurity"

Merlin Ventures TLV manager Shay Michel told the Globes Startup Conference that the US administration's tougher cybersecurity stance provides openings for Israeli startups.

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