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CyberArk acquires Cybertinel CyberArk (NASDAQ: CYBR) acquired Cybertinel Ltd., an approximately 20 person Israel-based cyber security company specializing in cyber threat detection technology. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Stride Gaming acquires InfiApps for $39 million Stride Gaming plc (AIM: STR), a multi-branded online bingo-led operator listed on AIM since May 2015, acquired InfiApps, a profitable internationally-focused mobile social gaming company, for a total consideration of up to $39.2 million. Battery Ventures buys NICE Systems’ Physical Security Business unit for up to $100 million Battery Ventures has acquired the Physical Security Business Unit of NICE Systems. The deal is valued at up to $100 million. The Physical Security unit, which provides video-, analytics- and situation-management solutions, will be spun out into an independently operating business. Nice, whose analytical software enables companies to spot fraud and fend off security threats, will receive $85 million in cash and as much as $15 million based on future performance. In May, Nice sold its cyber-intel division to Elbit Systems for up to $158 million. ARM acquires Sansa Security for $75-$85 Million ARM has acquired Israel-based Sansa Security, a provider of hardware security IP and software for advanced system-on-chip components deployed in Internet of Things (IoT) and mobile devices. The company currently enables security in more than 150 million products a year and Sansa Security technology is deployed across a range of smart connected devices and enterprise systems. Shanghai Jiuchuan to acquire SHL Telemed for $130 million SHL Telemedicine Ltd. (SIX: SHLTN), headquartered in Tel Aviv, a leading provider and developer of advanced personal telemedicine solutions, and Shanghai Jiuchuan Investment (Group) Co., Ltd., a Shanghai based private investment firm, announced today that Shanghai Jiuchuan will acquire the entire share capital of SHL by way of a reverse triangular merger following which SHL would become a wholly owned subsidiary of Shanghai Jiuchuan. Como to acquire customer loyalty app Keeperz Como, formerly known as ConduIt Mobile, is set to acquire Israeli customer loyalty app startup Keeprz, for approximately $50 million. The deal is subject to due diligence and execution of an acquisition agreement between the parties. Viber acquires Nextpeer to boost its gaming platform Viber, one of the world’s leading messaging apps with more than 600 million users worldwide, acquired Tel Aviv-based Nextpeer. Founded in 2011, Nextpeer is known for its pioneering software development kit that enables game developers to add multiplayer features and a social layer to any game. “We are delighted to welcome the Nextpeer team to the Viber family,” said Michael Shmilov, COO, Viber. “In this deal, we looked for a team that shares our passion, drives innovative thinking and brings its expertise in building an open platform for developers.” “Nextpeer’s vision is to bring social experiences to mobile players,” said Shai Magzimof, Co-Founder and CEO, Nextpeer. “We are teaming up with Viber to help connect players on mobile and deliver a powerful social platform for developers. We are all very excited to join the Viber team.” SimilarWeb acquires content curation platform Swayy SimilarWeb, a global leader in digital measurement, has acquired content curation platform Swayy for under $5 million. “The Swayy team are super talented and we have been tracking their progress for awhile. When the opportunity came to bring them into the SimilarWeb fold we didn’t hesitate for a second. We have great ambitions at SimilarWeb, having grown from 70 to close to 200 employees over the last 12 months. The Swayy team will help us improve the quality and depth of our products right from the start,” said Or Offer, CEO and founder of SimilarWeb.]]>