Dyadic Security, a New York, NY- and Petach Tikva, Israel-based provider of Software-Defined Cryptography (SDC) platform, completed a $12m Series B funding.
Bringg, a NYC, Chicago and Tel Aviv-based customer-centric logistics platform for enterprises, raised a $10m funding round.
Cymulate, a Rishon Le Tzion, Israel-based cyber simulation platform provider, closed $3m Series A funding round.
VATBox, a Herzliya, Israel-based provider of global VAT recovery solutions, completed a $20m financing round.
Endor, a NYC and Tel Aviv, Israel-based predictive analytics startup based on MIT research, raised $5M in seed funding.
ScyllaDB, a Herzelia, Israel- and Palo Alto, CA-based open source NoSQL database for developers to build applications at light speed throughput and ultra low latency, raised $16M in Series B funding.
LawGeex, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based A.I. contract review platform for businesses, closed a $7m Series A funding.
RadiAction Medical, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based developer of an innovative radiation shielding device for fluoroscopic systems in interventional suites, completed a $5.7m in Series A funding.
Santa Clara, Calif.-based security company Palo Alto Networks (NYSE: PANW) acquired LightCyber, a Ramat Gan, Israel-based cybersecurity company that has developed automated behavioral analytics technology, for $105m in cash.
Fortscale Security Ltd., a San Francisco, CA-based machine learning, user & entity behavior analytics (UEBA) security platform, secured $7m in funding.
Pharma Two B Ltd., a Rehovoth, Israel-based biopharmaceutical company focused on developing treatments for Parkinson’s disease, completed a $30m third round of financing.
Uponit, a Tel Aviv and NYC-based ad recovery platform for premium publishers, raised $2.3m in funding.
GluSense, a Rehovot, Israel-based medical device company focused on treating diabetes, raised a new funding of undisclosed amount.
Intuition Robotics, a Ramat Gan, Israel-based developer of social companion technologies, raised a further funding which brought its total to date to $6m.
Kado, a Lod, Israel-based developer of ultra-thin charging technology, secured $1.2m in seed funding.