Hub Security

9 stories about Hub Security
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Hub Security entered Nasdaq at $1.3B valuation despite not having a mature product or significant sales, admits outgoing CEO

17.01.24|Almog Azar
"There was no product and there were no sales. The product was not ready at all," said outgoing CEO Uzi Moscovich, who still serves as a director on Hub’s board. The cyber company has lost over 98% of its value since entering the Nasdaq 10 months ago, falling to a market cap of under $20 million
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Hub Security under investigation by Israel Securities Authority

27.04.23|Golan Hazani
The ISA's investigation has intensified due to a report that the cyber company is looking into misuse of company funds by former CEO Eyal Moshe
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Hub Security investigating suspicions that founder and former CEO was embezzling company funds

20.04.23|Golan Hazani
Eyal Moshe was ousted in February by new CEO Uzi Moskowitz. The cyber company’s current market cap is just $118 million - a far cry from the $1.28 billion valuation at which its SPAC merger was signed
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Hub Security valuation keeps falling as company fails to calm investors

30.03.23|Almog Azar
The company reached a market cap of $145 million, a far cry from the value at which it was supposed to go public
השקת האב סקיוריטי הישראלית ב נאסד"ק במרכז התמונה עוזי מוסקוביץ' מנכ"ל החברה

Nightmare on Wall Street: Hub Security’s value plummets after SPAC merger

06.03.23|Almog Azar
The cyber company's promises to issue on the Nasdaq at a value of $1.3 billion seem like a distant memory after its share price collapsed by more than 37% within three trading days, to a market cap of $157 million
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The American dream could end as a nightmare for Israeli tech hopefuls

07.02.22|Sophie Shulman
The dream of Israeli tech companies, such as Nayax and HUB Security, to be listed on Wall Street remains understandably strong, but local firms had better keep their eyes wide open, as investors overseas tend to be far less forgiving
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ALD announces $50 million funding following Hub Security merger

03.06.21|Daniel Farber-Ball
The publicly traded Israeli company announced its plans to merge with Hub Security earlier this year
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Israeli startup develops solution to secure booming DeFi market

23.02.21|CTech
“More than $41 billion worth of assets are locked in DeFi apps, yet their security solutions are still consumer-oriented,” said Hub Security CTO and co-founder, Andrey Iaremenko