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LifeBond's product Bard buys Israeli hernia mesh co LifeBond

The US medical device company will pay close to the $60 million that LifeBond has raised from investors.

dollars  picture: Thinkstock IVC-Meitar: Israeli exits rose to $21.7b in 2019

The total value of exits of up to $5 billion in 2019 was the highest ever, with $14.84 billion in 2019, compared with $12.63 billion in 2018.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Trigo offices 2019 / Photo: Yarden Bar Israeli tech keeps retail giants in the game

Deloitte: Retailers worldwide invested $6.2 billion in installing Israeli technology in 2018.

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