BioCatch, the global leader in behavioural biometrics, was selected by both jury and public vote for the honour of “Best Innovation in Securing Transactions” at the European Payments Summit’s Florin Awards ceremony. Read more on Digital Journal here.
Recently, Israeli-U.S. security company CyberX raised $18 million in new inventory funding. Read more on PYMNTS.com here.
Founded in 2016, C2a was part of the OurCrowd, Motorola Solutions, and Reliance Industries incubator and it has been endorsed as a cybersecurity company by the Israel Innovation Authority. Read more on VentureBeat here.
Kenna Security, the firm focused on predictive cyber risk, has hired Rick Kramer, previously with Tanium, Symantec and Veritas, as vice president of worldwide channel sales and alliances. Read more on Channel Partners here.
All of the artificial intelligence applications to legal practice — whether it be Casetext’s CARA AI for legal research, Kira Systems for due diligence, or LawGeex for contract review — give results that are meant to make an attorney’s task more efficient, or provide insights that would otherwise not be found. Read more on Above […]
We also bring you a fantastic interview from none other than the CEO of Lemonade himself, Daniel Schreiber, as Nigel caught up with him at IFGS 2018. Listen to the podcast on InsurTech Insider here.
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (TEVA – Get Report) has a distribution agreement in Israel with Syqe Medical for a cannabis inhaler product, another Syqe investor is tobacco giant Philip Morris International PM. Insys Therapeutics Inc. (INSY – Get Report) gained approval from the FDA for a liquid form of dronabinol, a pharmaceutical version of THC. […]
An innovative mobile integration platform from Appdome aims to tackle the issue. Read more on Integration Developer News here.
Today, Cyber 2 Automotive Security (C2a) has announced that its patented Stamper technology — which protects the connected car from cyber threats — is now being made available to auto manufacturers and suppliers worldwide through a royalty-free license. Read more on VentureBeat here.
Esports leagues differ from traditional sporting franchises in that they were primarily made for players as opposed to viewers, OurCrowd partner Yori Nelken told Benzinga. Read more on Benzinga here.