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NSO Blow to Amnesty court bid to revoke NSO export license

A Tel Aviv judge has cited national security concerns and ordered the case to be heard behind closed doors.

Epsagon founders  / Photo: Aviv Kurt Cloud monitoring co Epsagon raises $16m

Epsagon enables DevOps and engineering teams to monitor, visualize, troubleshoot and quickly fix their cloud applications.

Cybersecurity Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative Mellanox joins IAI-led cyber consortium

The Israeli Cyber Companies Consortium provides cybersecurity solutions to governments.

Verbit founders  / Photo: Shlomi Yosef AI transcription co Verbit raises $31m

The Israeli startup has developed a platform for AI transcriptions and smart captions.

Anat Gueta ISA recommends moving ahead with digital trading platform

The committee focused on digital platforms for offerings, trading, and clearance of securities using distributed ledger technology.

Michael Li Israel Innovation Authority to help train data scientists

Michael Li, founder and president of The Data Incubator, talks about the need for more data scientists worlwide and in Israel.

Yossi Carmil Israeli co Cellebrite buys US co BlackBag for $33m

The company's systems can collect and analyze data from mobile phones for law enforcement agencies.

Doron Gerstel Photo: Eyal Yitzhar Perion buys Content IQ as web goes cookie-less

Perion Network is paying up to $73 million for New York and Tel Aviv-based Content IQ.

Check Point Photo: Reuters Morgan Stanley downgrades Check Point

Analyst Steve Weiss has also cut the Israeli cybersecurity company's target price by 6% from $115 to $106.

Erez Shmul  photo: PR Travel co Talma buys Smartair website ahead of IPO

Completion of the NIS 40 million deal is contingent on Talma's IPO, which aims to raise NIS 150-200 million.

Yoni Assia / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes eToro to launch debit card, expand US activities

eToro's main platform continues to be a social investments network in which every investor can see in which assets other investors are investing.

Ruvi Kitov and Reuven Harrison  photo: PR Tufin plummets after profit warning

The Israeli cybersecurity company's share price is now below the price in its IPO in April last year.

Qualcomm driverless car Autonomous cars won't be on Israel's roads so quickly

Israel may be a world vehicle technology power, but driverless cars face many regulatory obstacles before they'll be allowed on the country's roads.

Amir Orad Photo Business analytics co Sisense raises over $100m

The Israeli company has completed its latest financing round at a valuation of more than $1 billion.

Mergers and acquisitions Photo: To Go Rockwell Automation buys Avnet Data Security

The Israeli company provides IT/OT cyber services and solutions ranging from assessments, penetration testing, network and security solutions, and training to converged IT/OT managed services.

Tik Tok  / Photo: Reuters: Da qing, Reuters Check Point finds major security breach in TikTok

The Israeli cybersecurity company found a vulnerability that would have enabled hackers to extract personal data about users.

Carolyn Bigg 2020 vision: Biometric technology in China

Contrary to reports, Chinese consumers are embracing the convenience of biometric technology, says Adv. Carolyn Bigg, providing big opportunities for Israeli companies.

Yevgeny Dibrov, Nadir Izrael and Gili Raanan / Photo: Hila Bar David, ira prohorov Armis CEO: We're getting the best of both worlds

After the biggest ever Israeli cybersecurity company exit, the founders say they remain independent and retain their vision of an IPO and building a huge IoT security company.

Roni Al Dor Photo: Eyal Yizhar Sapiens buys German insurtech co sum.cumo for €28.4m

The acquisition will enable the Israeli insurance software company to expand its footprint by offering Sapiens' complete product and services portfolio in the German-speaking region.

Yevgeny Dibrov, Nadir Izrael and Gili Raanan / Photo: Hila Bar David, ira prohorov Insight buys IoT security co Armis at $1.1b valuation

Armis will remain fully independent and continue to be managed by its Israeli founders.

Cybersecurity Photo: Shutterstock ASAP Creative Mimecast buys Israeli cybersecurity co Segasec

Mimecast says that the acquisition will enable its customers to better defend against attacks that leverage fake websites and domains for credential harvesting.

Ido Susan,  Hillel Kobrinsky / Photo: Uri Alon, Globes DriveNets opens Tel Aviv development center

The company, which currently has 200 employees, mainly in Ra'anana, plans to hire 130 more.

Nimrod Vax and Dimitri Sirota  / Photo: BigID PR , ira prohorov Data protection co BigID raises additional $50m

The Israeli company has raised $50 million, just four months after completing its last $50 million financing round.

Perion Perion again raises EBITDA guidance

Perion Network now expects to report EBITDA for 2019 of at least $30 million.

Yevgeny Dibrov and Nadir Izrael Photo: PR Insight Partners in talks to buy Israeli cybersecurity co Armis

The acquisition price will probably be in the region of $1 billion.

Trax robot / Photo: Trax Shufersal mulls robots in supermarkets

Israel's largest retail food chain, is considering deploying robots nationally in its branches this year, sources inform "Globes."

Ariella Ben Avraham  / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes Israeli army chief censor in talks to join NSO

Brig. Gen. Ariella Ben Avraham has asked the IDF to advance her release by several months so that she can join cyber intelligence and surveillance company NSO.

Michal Braverman-Blumenstyk "Israel's tech industry needs the multinationals"

Michal Braverman-Blumenstyk, who brought Microsoft's cybersecurity development to Israel, says complaints about multinationals soaking up the talent are short-sighted.

Ronen Samuel Kornit Digital CEO: We're aiming for $1b annual sales

Ronen Samuel tells "Globes" that the Israeli textile digital printing company is looking for revenue growth, not an exit.

Josh Wilson  / Photo: Shlomi Yosef SciPlay CEO: Online games are not just for men

Joshua Wilson tells "Globes" that it is not only technology that is changing fast. Games were once designed for men but now women make up 30% of the market.

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