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CTech Daily Roundup: The race is on to bring ‘Red Gold’ to Israelis
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Israeli Instagram starlets are raking in cash from provocative OnlyFans accounts. Hod Moshonov, who manages models' accounts, says his phone is constantly ringing, calls it a femenist business, and credits Covid-19 for the spike in the site's use. Read more
Talon Cyber Security raises $26 million seed round for distributed workforce solution. Israeli startup is aiming to protect companies from the unique threats emerging in today’s era of distributed work. Read more
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The race is on to bring ‘Red Gold’ to Israelis. Saffron is considered the most valuable material in the world. This company intends to grow it themselves. Read more
Billionaire Len Blavatnik investing in Israeli-founded gaming startup Tripledot. Blavatnik’s Access Industries leads $78 million series A round with Eldridge and Lightspeed at a company valuation of close to $500 million. Read more
Survey: Cybersecurity executives see increase in attempted credential theft. The survey, conducted by CyberArk, found that the most at-risk group facing the highest number of increased attacks are end-users, or those business users with access to sensitive data. Read more
Big winners from Cellebrite’s exit: Leumi, Clal and Discount bank investment arms. Leumi Partner and Clal Insurance’s investment arm will earn $40 million from Cellebrite’s offering at a $2.4 billion valuation, and $35 million from their investments in the IGP Fund. Discount Capital will directly earn $30 million and $20 million from its investment in IGP. Read more
For Israeli OkCupid daters, climate change is a HOT issue. The doom and gloom of a destroyed planet is helping people find love. Read more
What does the hybrid employment model look like? As Israel goes back to a post-Covid normal, companies must determine how much time employees will spend in the office. Read more
Opinion | Programmers breathe easier after Google defeats Oracle in decade-long copyright battle. Many software and app developers supported Google in the case, emphasizing that some level of permissible use of proprietary software interfaces is necessary to create new computer products, writes Daniel Melman. Read more
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