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NSO Group Technologies is an Israeli technology firm focused on cyber intelligence. It was founded in 2010 by Niv Carmi, Omri Lavie, and Shalev Hulio. It reportedly employs around 500 people and is based in Herzliya, near Tel Aviv.Annual revenues were said to be around $40 million in 2013 and $150 million in 2015. In June 2017, the company was put up for sale for $1 billion by Francisco Partners Management.
Pegasus row: Tamil Nadu MP seeks Attorney Gen consent to initiate contempt against NSO directors, Home Secy
Tamil Nadu MP Dr T Thirumavalavan on Saturday wrote to Attorney General of India KK Venugopal seeking his consent for initiation of criminal contempt proceedings against Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla, former Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba, and directors of ...
Israel inspects NSO Group offices after Pegasus revelations
New Delhi, July 29 Israeli authorities have inspected the offices of surveillance outfit NSO Group in response to ... ...
Top ED officer, Kejriwal's aide, PMO, NITI Aayog officials in Pegasus list
New Delhi, July 26 Rajeshwar Singh, a senior Enforcement Directorate officer who led several high-profile investigations conducted by ... ...
Govt not seeking information on snooping as it was aware: Chidambaram
New Delhi, July 26 Amid the Pegasus snooping row on politic, journalists and others, former Home Minister P. ... ...
Govt officials world over among 1.4K WhatsApp users targeted in 2019: WhatsApp CEO
Washington, July 24 Senior government officials from across the world, including individuals in high national security positions who ... ...
Israel to examine tighter controls on export of spywares like Pegasus
London, July 23 An Israeli commission reviewing allegations that NSO Group's Pegasus spyware was misused by its customers ... ...
Dalai Lama's close aides in Pegasus project data
New Delhi, July 22 The phone numbers of a top ring of advisers around the Dalai Lama are ... ...
Pegasus row: No proof who targeted 50,000 phone worldwide, says Haryana CM
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Wednesday said that there was no proof as to who targeted the 50,000 smartphone numbers in 'Pegasus' spyware row, adding that even his number could be on the database. ...