Israeli Metaverse Landscape

The Metaverse is the hottest buzzword in tech, both universally and in Israel. Israeli tech is aiming on playing a significant role in the Metaverse, with research by seed and pre-seed venture capital firm Remagine Ventures showing that the local landscape already includes almost 50 companies that are active in this blossoming sector. “Gaming is an entryContinue reading “Israeli Metaverse Landscape”

10 lessons for tech investors from SoftBank’s Ben Weiss

The venture capitalist, who has carved out an impressive career in Israel’s vibrant start-up ecosystem, says he is available to give free advice to Australia’s politicians on innovation. Venture capitalist Ben Weiss picked a good time to return home to Australia from his base in Tel Aviv, Israel. He has landed at the start ofContinue reading “10 lessons for tech investors from SoftBank’s Ben Weiss”

Five Israeli Cyber Security Companies Every (Australian) CISO Needs to Know

Opportunity Cost (for Cyber Security). Potential benefits that an individual, investor, or business misses out on when choosing one alternative over another. The opportunity cost of a small business not employing proper cybersecurity is monetary. The opportunity cost of a large business not employing proper cybersecurity is reputation. Can a business in this century affordContinue reading “Five Israeli Cyber Security Companies Every (Australian) CISO Needs to Know”

Armis officially opens office in Australia with expanded team

First enterprise-class agentless device security platform addresses the new threat landscape of managed, unmanaged, and IoT devices, including medical devices (IoMT), operational technology (OT), and industrial control systems (ICS) Melbourne, AUS – April 7, 2022 – Armis has officially opened its office in Melbourne, with guests of honour Jeremy Ungar, Senior Trade Officer at the Israel TradeContinue reading “Armis officially opens office in Australia with expanded team”

Interview: Jason Duerden, SentinelOne ANZ

How has Australia coped with COVID-induced changes to operations and workplaces? Will things go back to a ‘new normal’ in 2022? Australia, like all countries around the world, aggressively pivoted to remote working in 2020 due to COVID-19. Economic data suggests Australia has coped well with the adjustment with employment, and growth rates were relativelyContinue reading “Interview: Jason Duerden, SentinelOne ANZ”

For First Time, SpaceX and Aleph Farms Testing Cultivated Meat in Space

This week, four SpaceX crew members will conduct the first-ever experiments on cultivated meat in space. The historic Axiom-1 mission is the first fully private spaceflight to the International Space Station, and among other experiments, will test the effects of microgravity on the formation of muscle tissue cultivated by Aleph Farms. Sending cells to space Scheduled to launch on April 8, theContinue reading “For First Time, SpaceX and Aleph Farms Testing Cultivated Meat in Space”

Israeli Electric Planes Soon to Land in Australia

Aircraft will fly Down Under in the next few years, allowing future owners to take off and land on any flat service in a sleek, sporty vehicle. Twenty-five electric planes manufactured by Israeli company AIR will be making their way Down Under in coming years, courtesy of a newly announced partnership between the startup and Australian electricContinue reading “Israeli Electric Planes Soon to Land in Australia”

Making a Difference a Block at a Time | 3 Israeli Green Construction Companies

Construction projects around the world continue to have damaging environmental effects on air pollution, drinking water, and landfill wastes, according to UN sustainability reports. It is for this reason that Israeli and global companies are looking for ways to mitigate these harmful effects of construction on the environment, all while still maintaining infrastructure integrity, purpose, andContinue reading “Making a Difference a Block at a Time | 3 Israeli Green Construction Companies”

Why are Cyber Criminals Increasingly Targetting Mobile Devices?

A survey carried out by Check Point Research (CPR), the Threat Intelligence arm of Check Point Software has revealed that in the last year, almost half (49 per cent) of organisations worldwide are unable to detect an attack or breach on employee-owned devices. At a time when workforces around the world are becoming increasingly distributed, there’s aContinue reading “Why are Cyber Criminals Increasingly Targetting Mobile Devices?”

Israel’s More Foods Develops Next-Gen Alt Meat from Upcycled Seeds

Israeli start-up More Foods is set to launch an innovative new alt meat product made from upcycled pumpkin and sunflower seeds. More Foods claims its textured products provide a similar mouth feel to that associated with dark meats. Founded two years ago by CEO Leonardo Marcovitz, More Foods’ patent-pending technology allows it to use cast-away fragments of “superfood” seedsContinue reading “Israel’s More Foods Develops Next-Gen Alt Meat from Upcycled Seeds”