【191203 Globes】US-based Tenable Inc. has bought Israeli cybersecurity company Indegy, and will open an Israeli development center on the basis of the acquisition. Tenable said that the acquisition price was $78 million cash, and that additional costs amounting to $15-17 million relating to acquired intellectual property and other transaction costs would be transferred to Indegy’s shareholders. Sources close to the company say that further consideration payable will bring the total amount to $120 million. Since it was founded, Indegy has raised $36 million.
【谷歌翻译，未经校对】美国的Tenable Inc.已收购了以色列网络安全公司Indegy，并将在收购的基础上开设一个以色列开发中心。 Tenable表示，收购价格为现金7800万美元，与收购的知识产权和其他交易成本相关的额外成本15-17000000美元将转移给Indegy的股东。接近该公司的消息人士称，进一步的对价将使总金额达到1.2亿美元。自成立以来，Indegy已筹集了3600万美元。
Indegy was founded in 2014 by its CEO Barak Perelman, Mille Gandelsman, and Ido-Trivizki, all three of them ex-Talpiot, a technology development program of the IDF. The first investors in the company were Shlomo Kramer and venture capital firm Magma. They were later joined by Vertex Ventures and Eyal Ofer’s technology investment firm OG Tech. Among other investors in the company are General (ret.) David H. Petraeus, a former director of the CIA, and General (res.) Amos Yadlin. The company employs 65 people, most of them in Israel.
Indegy由其首席执行官巴拉克·佩雷尔曼（Barak Perelman），米勒·甘德尔斯曼（Mille Gandelsman）和伊多·特里维斯基（Ido-Trivizki）于2014年成立，这三者均来自IDF的技术开发计划Talpiot。该公司的第一批投资者是Shlomo Kramer和风险投资公司Magma。随后，Vertex Ventures和Eyal Ofer的技术投资公司OG Tech加入了他们的行列。该公司的其他投资者还有美国中央情报局前局长通用（后）David H. Petraeus和通用（后）Amos Yadlin。该公司有65名员工，其中大多数在以色列。
Indegy is a developer of cybersecurity technologies for critical infrastructures such as power production and water supply, and for industries such as the pharmaceuticals and chemicals industries, where the main object is to ensure that there will be no infiltration that might affect production lines, change the chemical composition of drugs, disrupt power supply to data centers, and so on.
Tenable is a cybersecurity company that has been listed on Nasdaq for eighteen months and has a market cap of $2.6 billion. It was founded in Maryland in 2002, and meploys more than 1,200 people.
“The combination of Tenable and Indegy brings together two pioneers of IT vulnerability management and industrial cybersecurity to deliver the industry’s first unified, risk-based view of IT and OT security,” said Tenable chairman and CEO Amit Yoran.
Tenable董事长兼首席执行官Amit Yoran表示：“ Tenable和Indegy的结合汇集了IT漏洞管理和工业网络安全的两位先驱，以提供业界第一个基于风险的统一IT和OT安全观点。