US Company Said In Talks To Buy Israeli Cyber-Surveillance Firm For $1 Billion

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American software firm Verint Systems Inc. is in talks to buy Israeli company NSO Group, known for its production of cyber-surveillance technologies, for an estimated $1 billion, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday.Neither company offered a comment on the reported acquisition, the WSJ said.

NSO Group is known for selling military-grade cyber-surveillance technologies to mainly government security agencies, including the Pegasus spyware which enables hackers to access personal data, listen in on phone calls, activate cameras, and harvest messages.

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{Matzav.com}

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