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Which company completed a $138 million funding round and what will be the cybersecurity trends of 2021?

Which company completed a $138 million funding round and what will be the cybersecurity trends of 2021?

CTech Daily Roundup: Nayax aiming to become the first unicorn on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange

CTech | 22:58  02.12.2020
Nayax aiming to become the first unicorn on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. Israeli fintech company is expected to target a valuation of $1 billion in an IPO scheduled for the second quarter of 2021. Read more

Fast-paced innovation leaves an AI-shaped hole in copyright law. Today, images, songs, and even news articles are created by artificial intelligence. As these instances continue, legislative and ethical questions arise over their ownership. Read more  

Nayax terminals. Photo: Nir Selkman Nayax terminals. Photo: Nir Selkman Nayax terminals. Photo: Nir Selkman

Despite Covid conference freeze, Israel’s Bizzabo completes $138 million funding round. Part of the round includes the secondary purchase of shares from existing investors; the event planning platform had to reinvent itself with the shift to virtual conferences. Read more

Analysis | From deepfakes to 5G: CyberArk experts predict 2021's cybersecurity trends. Everything from the rapid shift to remote work to completely rethinking customer interactions has turned the business world on its head, and as a result, has significantly increased opportunities for attackers. Read more

“Adaptability is key” during Covid-19, says Augury’s VP of People Operations. As everyone was sent home to work remotely, Augury’s Keren Rubin remembers how the IoT served its employees and their families. Read more

Israel's Mitrassist Medical raises $50 million for medical valve development. China's Fosun Pharma, insurance company Ping-An and four large Chinese funds all took part in the round. Read more

Analysis | Jewish astronauts reach for the stars. Eytan Stibbe, the second Israeli astronaut isn’t alone, to date 16 Jewish astronauts have made it to space. Read more

Argus CEO Ofer Ben-Noon announces he’s stepping down. Three years after the cyber powerhouse’s purchase by Continental AG, the departing co-founder says the company is stronger than ever. Read more

Opinion | A "new" tech revolution is coming and the winds of change will hit the U.S. first. How this transition phase will impact the various sectors in the US and will these new technological trends outlast the pandemic? Read more

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