Wednesday, November 14th | 6 Kislev 5779

Subscribe
April 23, 2018 10:09 am

Israel Accounts for 7 Percent of All Cybersecurity Deals Worldwide

avatar by JNS.org

Email a copy of "Israel Accounts for 7 Percent of All Cybersecurity Deals Worldwide" to a friend

Outside Cybertech 2017, the world’s second-largest cybertechnology exhibition, which Israel hosted from Jan. 30 to Feb. 1 in Tel Aviv. Photo: Flash90.

JNS.org – Israel, the country with the world’s 100th-largest population, signed the second-largest number of cybersecurity deals internationally, according to a report by New York data firm CB Insights.

First place went to the United States, with a massive 69 percent of all global deals between 2013 to 2017.

Israel fell far behind with just 7 percent, yet still managed to grab second place, ahead of the United Kingdom with 6 percent, Canada with 3 percent and China with 2 percent, according to the report.

The report selected 29 cybersecurity startup companies considered “high-momentum companies pioneering technology with the potential to transform cybersecurity,” with six of them coming from Israel.

Related coverage

November 14, 2018 11:07 am
0

Israeli PM Netanyahu Scrambles to Stabilize Governing Coalition After Lieberman Resignation

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is scrambling to shore up his governing coalition following the resignation of Defense Minister Avigdor...

The Israeli firms are:

BioCatch, a startup using behavioral and physiological parameters to detect and prevent fraud;

Aqua Security, which secures virtual container environments, and helps overlap DevOps and IT security;

IRONSCALES, a maker of anti-phishing technologies;

D-ID, which protects users’ faces from unauthorized, automated face-recognition technologies;

Minerva Labs, which fights malware;

Cylus, which helps railway companies detect and prevent cyber-attacks in their operational network.

Last year, only three Israeli companies were mentioned in the CB insights cybersecurity report.

This year’s list did not include tech companies that have not raised funding since 2016.

Share this Story: Share On Facebook Share On Twitter Email This Article

Let your voice be heard!

Join the Algemeiner

Algemeiner.com