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start-ups Analytics platform ControlUp raises $10m

ControlUp spearheads the Collective IT Analytics revolution by harnessing the power of big data to analyze operational IT data.

Ashdod Port Israeli logistics tech co Freightos raises $25m

Freightos technology already digitizes freight operations for over 1,000 logistics providers and global supply chain companies.

Itay Glick and Aviv Grafi Photo: PR Votiro Cybersec raising $7.75m in Australia

$5.5 million of the Israeli cybersecurity company's private placement has aready been underwritten by redfield asset Management.

cyber security 45% of Israeli firms preparing for Anonymous cyber attack

People associated with the hackers' organization are threatening to attack Israel's cyber infrastructure.

Zvi Marom  photo: Eyal Izhar "Then I got this crazy idea: Hire Bibi"

BATM's Zvi Marom reminisces about when the prime minister worked for him, and offers tips for his current job.

cyber security Israeli cyber co Waterfall teams with insurance specialists

THB, CNA Hardy, and Waterfall Security Solutions have entered into a partnership to provide a cyber security protection for industrial businesses.

Josephides, Vonetize presentation Vonetize posts $6m loss for 2016

The VOD content provider has lost 60% of its value since its IPO.

Cyber security Photo: Shutterstock Israeli cyber firms show their wares in Paris

At an event backed by the France-Israel Chamber of Commerce, Israeli cyber-security pioneers met CISOs from major French corporations.

Moshe Kahlon (Photo: Ouria Tadmor) Invest in high tech, Kahlon tells institutions

Minister of Finance Moshe Kahlon sees lack of institutional investment preventing Israelis from benefiting from the industry's success.

Itai Ben-Zeev photo: Tamar Matsafi TASE, Intel team for Int'l Blockchain Hackathon

Driven by its unique experience with Fintech, cyber and cryptography, Israel has positioned itself as the hotspot for blockchain innovation.

Shahar Daniel Photo: PR Data security co Safe-T teams with Check Point

Safe-T believes that cooperation with Check Point can bolster its reputation in the global information security market and increase its sales.

SilicoNegev Photo: PR 50 startups founded in Negev in 2016

The Beersheva high-tech park already has over 40 companies and 1,800 employees.

SAIC Photo: PR All roads lead to Israel for smart car development

Intel, Samsung, General Motors and Alibaba are just some of the global corporations investing in Israeli auto-tech.

Izhar Shay   picture: Tamar Miztpi Exits have built Israel's high-tech ecosystem

The sale of Mobileye to Intel will create an entire industry and benefit the entire country. The decision to sell was correct.

Shmuel Harlap  picture: Eyal Yitzhar Shmuel Harlap: Selling Mobileye the right decision

The Colmobil controlling shareholder and major Mobileye shareholder says Mobileye and Intel need each other.

Shelly Landsman Photo: Inbal Marmari Microsoft Israel head: 74% of our management - women

Shelly Landsman knew nothing about computers until she joined Microsoft.

Ofer Vilenski  photo: Nadav Cohen Jonathan Beating the Internet censor

Hola co-founder Ofer Vilenski describes his company's mission as "democratizing information".

TabTale founders Photo: Tamar Matsafi Games co TabTale exceeds 1.2 billion downloads

With 2016 revenue of $65 million, the Israeli children's games company has refused tempting offers, preferring long-term growth.

Michal Beinisch Photo: Yossi Zeliger Barclays Rise seeks fintech solutions in Israel

Barclays Israel COO Michal Beinisch explains how the Tel Aviv accelerator brings together a global banking corporation and young startups.

Prof. Amnon Shashua (center) at CES Photo: PR Foreign investors scouting for Israeli smart car tech

Venture capital is flowing into Israel in search of automotive technological developments and the next Mobileye.

Barak Eilam photo: CRC Media NICE aims to double sales

NICE Systems CEO Barak Eilam: There's a huge market to conquer; we are well placed for expansion.

cyber security The unexpected legal consequences of cyber-attacks

Israeli companies, executives and directors aren't prepared for the enormous financial and legal consequences of a cyber-attack.

Gabi Seligsohn Photo: Eyal Yizhar Kornit flourishes following Amazon collaboration

CEO Gabi Seligsohn explains what is behind the collaboration, which boosted Kornit Digital's secondary offering last week.

Russell Ellwanger Photo: Eyal Yizhar Russell Ellwanger: Rebuilding Tower Semiconductor

The last person you'd expect to meet in Migdal HaEmek is a believing Mormon and ex-wrestler; "Globes" talks to Tower CEO Russell Ellwanger.

SentinelOne Photo: PR Revolutionizing the anti-virus market

Israeli company SentinelOne's CTO Almog Cohen says that it has been clear for a long time that existing anti-virus is ineffective.

Natan Leibzon Photo: Eyal Yizhar At the heart of Israel's high-tech ecosystem

Startup Stadium's Facebook page with almost 40,000 followers is a great forum for Israeli entrepreneurs looking for exposure.

Renault Zoe  photo: PR Renault-Nissan to launch Israel R&D operations

Carasso Motors VP Avi Kenet told the Cars 2017 conference that Renault-Nissan is the latest carmaker looking to exploit Israel's leading smart car capabilities.

Chedva Kleinhandler  photo:  Aline Frisch "We're in the future of work"

Israeli startup Emerj claims it can tell enterprises what their employees really want. Bill Gates' talent scouts are interested.

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