A Look Inside Orchestra - Omri Lavie's New Cyber Startup
Founded by NSO co-founder Omri Lavie in 2018, Orchestra has already made two acquisitions and is in the process of integrating new products into its end-to-end cybersecurity service
Orchestra, founded by Omri Lavie, the co-founder of Israel-based mobile surveillance company NSO Group, offers a system-wide defense against cyber attacks. Orchestra, which began operating in 2018, has already made two acquisitions and is in the process of integrating new products into their end-to-end cybersecurity service, Lavie said in a recent interview with Calcalist.
Founded in 2010, NSO develops and sells cyberattack tools that can be used to gather intelligence from mobile phones and other devices, with its flagship product being spyware called Pegasus. NSO counts governments and law enforcement agencies among its clients. In 2019, Moody's Investors Service estimated NSO’s revenues at $300 million.