The US private equity firm is negotiating to acquire the veteran Tel Aviv-based cybersecurity company, CNBC reports.
The Israeli cybersecurity company says the acquisition will help it define the next generation of privacy and security protection tools and services.
Upswift has developed a management platform for remote updates of IoT devices by developers is led by two 27 year-olds.
VisibleRisk was founded in 2019 as a collaboration between Israel venture group Team8 and Moody's, who have invested $30 million in the company to date.
The buyer, ZOLL Medical, is paying a 50% premium over Itamar Medical's share price before the announcement.
The family's Caesarea Medical Eelctronics is buying part of Wesure Global Tech's stake in Ayalon Holdings, and will invest in Wesure itself.
888 said that the acquisition would create a global gambling giant would allow £100 million savings in annual expenses.
The Swedish video analytics company will pay $67.5 million in cash and shares for its Israeli rival.
Shmaya Reichman's Widely Mobile plans to run Xfone as a mobile virtual network operator on the Pelephone network.
Lumenis will remain with 1,000 employees in its laser and RF activities and CEO Tzipi Ozer-Armon said it is expanding these activities and already hiring.
The US dental implants company has 100 employees at its R&D center in Israel.
The Israeli mobile gaming company is acquiring Reworks for its hit design entertainment app Redecor.
Ben-Moshe's consortium is in talks with Cellcom on a coordinated offer to be submitted today.
The acquisition is OwnBackup’s latest step toward growing its data protection platform.
Avanan has developed AI-based technology to block in the cloud emails containing malicious links.
The US software company will pay an 18% premium on the share price of the Internet of Audio Things chipmaker.
The Israeli company has developed cartilage implants made from coral.
Kibbutz Ha'ogen owns 60% of PVC products company Haogenplast; the rest is owned by the Lahav investment fund.
To thwart a takeover by Aaron Frenkel, Discount Investment seeks to appoint more directors and is mulling a purchase offer for shares.
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Buying Ayalon, which has twenty times its assets under management, could open the door wide for WeSure's planned expansion overseas.