20 stories about NSO
משרדי NSO ברחוב מדינת היהודים 58 הרצליה

Will NSO employees soon be barred from entering the US?

07.02.24|Omer Kabir
The US announced that it would restrict visas of individuals involved in the misuse of commercial spyware. In 2021, Israel's NSO and Candiru were placed on a blacklist which prohibits American companies from doing business with them
רוגלה פגסוס NSO

NSO's attempt to halt Apple pegasus lawsuit fails in US court

25.01.24|Omer Kabir
Apple's legal battle against NSO progresses as court denies dismissal motion
הגנה מפני מתקפת סייבר עשויה לחסוך לארגונים נזקים כלכליים עצומים

Cyber company Kaymera enters bankruptcy after amassing over $7 million in debt

27.11.23|Lital Dobrovitzki
Last week, Kaymera submitted an urgent request for an order to initiate proceedings after accumulating debts of approximately NIS 28 million ($7.4M). The court's ruling stated that "there is no reasonable chance for the financial rehabilitation of the company"
הגנה מפני מתקפת סייבר עשויה לחסוך לארגונים נזקים כלכליים עצומים

Cyber ​​company Kaymera is $7.4 million in debt, requests initiation of legal proceedings

19.11.23|Lital Dobrovitzki
The Israeli company which developed and marketed a protection system for Android-based devices against cyber attacks and threats was founded by NSO founders Omri Lavie and Shalev Hulio.
רוברט סימונדס NSO

Hollywood producer resigns from board of directors of NSO's parent company after 5 months

29.08.23|Omer Kabir
Robert Simonds, who was brought to the board of directors at the initiative of NSO's creditors, may have been forced to resign because he didn't receive approval from the Israeli Ministry of Defense
רוברט סימונדס NSO

Hollywood producer Simonds and chewing gum heir Wrigley face obstacles in potential acquisition of NSO

15.06.23|Omer Kabir
The Guardian reported of their interest in purchasing the Israeli spyware company, but capital constraints and regulatory approvals are likely to stand in their way
מימין מפכ"ל המשטרה ו יועצת המשפטית לממשלה עמית מררי

Israel Police purchased new surveillance software without AG approval

29.05.23|Tomer Ganon
After shutting down NSO's Pegasus, the police recently purchased software from Israeli cyber company Rayzone that can track the location and movement of cellphone users without their knowledge
רוברט סימונדס NSO

LA confidential: What’s a Hollywood producer doing on the board of NSO's parent company?

24.05.23|Omer Kabir
Calcalist has learned that Hollywood producer Robert Simonds is listed as one of the two directors, along with Omri Lavie, at Dufresne Holding, NSO’s parent company. What’s the movie mogul’s motive?
עו"ד עמית מררי על רקע תוכנת ריגול פגסוס NSO

Israel’s Public Defense Office demands that Ministry of Justice stop using spyware against citizens until legislation is passed

03.05.23|Tomer Ganon
The appeal follows last year’s Marari Report, which discovered the use of spyware by police, including NSO’s Pegasus
תוכנת ריגול פגסוס NSO

NSO's Pegasus spyware found new ways to hack iPhones

18.04.23|Omer Kabir
Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto found that phones of Mexican human rights activists were infected with Pegasus by exploiting vulnerabilities in Apple’s operating system
משרדי חברת קוודרים QuaDream ברמת גן

Israeli spyware used to hack journalists, opposition figures, Microsoft and watchdog say

QuaDream, a lower-profile competitor to the Israeli spyware company NSO Group, reportedly develops surveillance software used to hack iPhones
עמרי לביא ו שלו חוליו מייסדי NSO

NSO co-founders tighten grip on company amid legal battle

01.03.23|Omer Kabir
While the legal discussion continues on the competence of the company’s newly appointed directors, NSO shares were pledged to a holding company solely owned by NSO founder Omri Lavie
תוכנת ריגול פגסוס NSO

After cutbacks and CEO departure, what’s next for the controversial NSO?

The surveillance firm, which makes Pegasus software, has been contending with legal action after allegations that its tools were misused by governments and other agencies to hack mobile phones
שלו חוליו על רקע משרדי NSO במושב ספיר

NSO lays off 100 employees, CEO Shalev Hulio to step down

21.08.22|Meir Orbach
The much-maligned offensive cyber company will be parting ways with around 15% of its workforce, while long-standing CEO Hulio will focus on the sale of the company, which has been under intense scrutiny since last year for the sale of its Pegasus hacking tool
רוני אלשיך ו קובי שבתאי מפכ"לי ה משטרה מיין רחב

Marari report: "Police exceeded its authority. Failings in the use of tapping systems"

02.08.22|Tomer Ganon
The Marari report, which investigated the use of spyware by police, including NSO’s Pegasus, found that information was extracted from mobile devices in violation of the law, as well as serious failures in supervision and control procedures by police