Israeli co Cellebrite buys US co BlackBag for $33m


The corporate’s techniques can acquire and analyze knowledge from cell phones for legislation enforcement companies.


Israeli digital forensic firm Cellebrite introduced at this time that it has concluded a definitive settlement to amass US pc forensic acquisition and evaluation options firm BlackBag Applied sciences. Cellebrite’s mum or dad firm, Japan’s Solar Corp. stated that acquisition is for $33 million.

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Petah Tikva-based Cellebrite stated that the acquisition will increase its portfolio of digital Intelligence options. The corporate’s techniques can acquire and analyze knowledge from cell phones, PCs and tablets, pc clouds and even civilian drones which have been seized by safety forces. Cellebrite’s prospects are legislation enforcement companies.




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Cellebrite co-CEO Yossi Carmil stated, “The BlackBag Applied sciences staff has constructed a exceptional enterprise primarily based on their ardour to assist legislation enforcement and firms globally, by equipping officers and executives with one of the best of breed in Pc Forensics options. As the worldwide chief within the area of built-in Digital Intelligence options, Cellebrite reinforces the 2 firms’ dedication to their prospects and continues its technique to additional deepen and increase its capabilities within the area of Digital Intelligence to help the rising market wants.”

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BlackBag CEO Ken Basore stated, “Our mission has been clear for the reason that starting: to develop and ship revolutionary options that assist the legislation enforcement, company and guide communities reveal the reality of their investigations. There’s an unbelievable synergy between the mission and tradition of those two firms. Being a part of Cellebrite will unlock big worth to our prospects, by our skill to innovate sooner and to offer an expanded set of Digital Intelligence options and insights.”

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Revealed by Globes, Israel enterprise information – en.globes.co.il – on January 14, 2020

© Copyright of Globes Writer Itonut (1983) Ltd. 2020

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