SoftBank Co-Leads $235M Investment In Israeli Facial Recognition Startup AnyVision
AnyVision developed an AI-powered visual intelligence software for facial, body, and object recognition offerings.
July 07, 2021
Israeli Startup D-ID Offers Powerful Counter To Facial Recognition Tech
D-ID, short for De-Identification, uses advanced deep learning and image processing technologies to render images unrecognizable to facial recognition algorithms.
June 01, 2020
BigID Raises $50M To Help Businesses Comply With Privacy Regulations
Founded in 2016, the startup developed a data intelligence platform that helps organizations obtain detailed insight into which data they collect and process.
September 09, 2019
Dreaming Of Privacy On Packed Flights? Israeli-Designed ‘B-Tourist’ May Be The Solution
Tired of the "nosy parkers" interfering with your privacy and peace of mind on packed flights? Envying the isolation afforded by the large chairs in Business Class? Meet Israeli-designed the b-tourist, the new method to secure in-flight segregation, even in Coach.
June 29, 2014
Israeli Company Tracks Your Online Behavior To Protect Your Privacy
Having a technology track your behavior sounds like the opposite of privacy protection, but Israeli company BioCatch's technology monitors the way you act to ensure that only you gain access to your private information.
May 01, 2013
MyPermissions: One Click To ‘Nuke’ All Your Privacy-Infringing Apps
MyPermissions developed an automatic personal cloud protection service. It automatically scans the online services you are connected to, alerts you in real time when apps gain permissions to access your personal information, and recommends the best course of action to protect your data.
September 03, 2012
Study: Smartphone Users More Oblivious To Others
Reseachers from Tel Aviv University found that smartphones users have a different sense of privacy and appropriateness of public cellphone usage. The study shows that people who are predisposed to immediately react to phone calls and messages are more attracted to smartphones.
May 15, 2012
Technology To Protect Your Children From Dangerous Online Relationships
Building on the need for better protection of children on the internet, an Israeli company, Sensegon, has developed a technology called Kangaroo, to detect and protect young internet users from online relationships that are likely to take a dangerous turn.
August 07, 2011