End-of-year reports show 52 Israeli companies were acquired for some $15 billion, nearly double 2013′s exits worth $7.6 billion.
Chinese banks, a Brazilian stadium and Cyprus University are among worldwide customers of Israeli security technology company Risco Group.
CEO of CyberSpark in Beersheva talks to ISRAEL21c about the transformation of Israel’s largest desert city into a cyber-tech innovation capital.
Many of Israel’s most amazing contributions to the world – from the DiskOnKey to the PillCam –result from its existential need for innovation in the military.
Israel’s anti-missile defense system has a 90 percent success rate. Betcha didn’t know there are toy car parts behind its features.
Beersheva’s CyberSpark cyber-security development complex breaks ground as international companies seek Israeli expertise.
‘Everybody understands that you buy Swiss watches from Switzerland and information security from Israel,’ says CyberArk CEO.
Drones that monitor farms, a camera that shows what’s happening behind you, and technology to make the next Olympic Games safer were all on display in the 10th annual Bynet Expo in Tel Aviv.
The information privacy and security unit at IBM Research in Israel is devising new ways to keep your data confidential.