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Radware meets 4Q profit forecasts

TEL AVIV, Israel _ Radware Ltd. on Wednesday reported fourth-quarter net income of $4.3 million. The average estimate of seven analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was also for earnings of 17 cents per share. Radware shares have dropped 15 percent since the beginning of the year.
Source: The Associated Press
UPDATE 1-Cyber security demand boosts Israel's Check Point

*Q4 non-GAAP EPS $1.20 vs $1.15 forecast. *Sees 2016 revenue $1.72- $1.79 bln, adj EPS $4.45- $4.60. Check Point, one of the world's leading providers of corporate security software, earned $1.20 per diluted share excluding one-time items in the fourth quarter of 2015, up from $1.07 a year earlier.
Source: Reuters | By: Steven Scheer
Check Point tops Street 4Q forecasts

TEL AVIV, Israel _ Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. on Thursday reported fourth-quarter net income of $194.6 million. The average estimate of 15 analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of $1.14 per share. Eleven analysts surveyed by Zacks expected $455.8 million.
Source: The Associated Press
Celebrity backed anonymous messaging app alarms parents, politicians

JERUSALEM, Jan 27- A new app that allows users to send anonymous text messages is causing alarm among parents, politicians and some teenagers, who say it is being used as a weapon for cyber-bullying. Blindspot, launched by Israeli company Shellanoo, has attracted 700,000 users since it was launched a month ago, mostly in Israel where it is being heavily marketed but...
Source: Reuters | By: Dan Williams
Israel's CyberArk focused on growing independently - CEO

TEL AVIV, Jan 27- CyberArk Software is focused on building its business independently, the chief executive of Israel's second-largest cyber security company said, two weeks after it was reported to be in talks to be acquired. Prior to the report, shares in CyberArk had fallen 50 percent from a high of $76.35 hit in June 2015. We're focussed on our opportunity, "CEO Udi...
Source: Reuters | By: Tova Cohen
Publisher Zuckerman announces US-Israel science initiative

NEW YORK— Real estate magnate and publisher Mortimer Zuckerman has announced a scholarship program to pay for American graduate students in the sciences to study in Israel. They include Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Tel Aviv University and the Weizmann Institute of Science. Zuckerman is the publisher of the...
Source: The Associated Press
Israel aims for sale of Uzi submachine gun maker IMI 'in weeks'

LOD, Israel, Jan 26- Israel aims to sell Uzi submachine gun maker Israel Military Industries in the next few weeks, with defense contractor Elbit Systems seen as the likeliest buyer, according to the head of the country's state ownership agency. "We hope to finish in a few weeks," Ori Yogev, director of the Government Companies Authority, told Reuters on the sidelines...
Source: Reuters | By: Steven Scheer
Companies look beyond firewalls in cyber battle with hackers

TEL AVIV, Jan 26- With firewalls no longer seen as enough of a defense against security breaches, companies are looking at new tools to foil hackers trying to enter a computer network. "We view this as a $3 billion market over the next three years, with Israel and Silicon Valley being the epicenter of this innovation wave," said Daniel Ives, a senior technology analyst...
Source: Reuters | By: Tova Cohen
Netanyahu says to minimize future limits on Israeli cyber exports

TEL AVIV, Jan 26- Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reassured Israel's tech companies on Tuesday that he would keep any export limitations imposed on Israel's flourishing cyber security sector to a minimum. Israel had a strong year in cyber sales and investments in 2015, capturing a sizable share of the global market and boosting exports, which are a major...
Source: Reuters
Israel brings tech expertise to protecting connected cars

TEL AVIV, Jan 11- Building on its expertise in technology, Israel is emerging as a leader in the race to keep cars secure and prevent the nightmare scenario of a hacker commandeering your vehicle. "We view this as a potential $10 billion market opportunity over the next five years," said Daniel Ives, an analyst with FBR Capital Markets in New York.
Source: Reuters | By: Ari Rabinovitch