April 19, 2018

California Based Cybersecurity company Palo Alto Networks announced last week that it will acquire Israeli cybersecurity company Secdo for $100 million.  

The Israeli cyber firm is known for its sophisticated endpoint detection in addition to its data collection and visualization capabilities.

Chairman and CEO of Palo Alto Networks, Mark McLaughlin, explained how Secdo’s unique cyber capabilities will strengthen his company,

“We believe security operations teams need the most advanced and consistent approach to endpoint security. With Secdo's EDR capabilities as part of...

April 6, 2018

 

Israeli news outlet Globes reported that Israeli data analytics company Fortscale has been acquired by U.S. Network and Security Company, RSA — a subsidiary of Austin-based Dell Technologies.

In a press release, RSA explained that it believes Fortscale’s technology will aid its security systems to best identify threats to user credentials and organizations’ data.

Fortscale announced that the tremendous potential that this collaboration has for the future of cybersecurity,

“From day one, we have wanted to change the cybersecurity paradigm and

make behavioral analytics availab...

April 6, 2018

Stratasys, a global leader in applied additive technology (3D printing) solutions, announced that it is forming a spin-off company to be based in located in Belton, TX. Stratasys' clients encompass a diverse set of industries including aerospace, automotive, healthcare, consumer products and education. A result of Stratasys' incubation activities, Vulcan Labs, Inc., aims to develop production-focused solutions based on Powder Bed Fusion technology, which will will assist in increased build efficiency, quality verification, and factory floor integration.

March 7, 2018

Reuters reported that the partners, Texas-based Noble Energy and Israel's Delek Drilling, operating in the Tamar and Leviathan natural gas site off Israel's coast are in talks to buy the rights to use the East Mediterranean Gas (EMG) pipeline to supply gas to customers in Egypt. Delek said there was no certainty a binding agreement would be signed. Just last month, Egyptian company Dolphinus Holdings said it would buy $15 billion of Israeli natural gas in two 10-year agreements from Leviathan and Tamar.

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