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WELL Health Technologies extends reach into cybersecurity vertical with acquisition of Source 44 (BETAKIT)
WELL Health Technologies, a publicly-traded healthtech company headquartered in Vancouver, has acquired cybersecurity company Source 44.
“At Hustle Fund, we’re convinced that Canada is positioned well to produce some of the largest, category-defining companies on the planet. We’re eager to fund these companies, and excited to partner with Hockeystick to identify these opportunities!” – Eric Bahn (General Partner)
Since launch, Hockeystick has made over 6000 funder recommendations to Canadian startups. Learn how startups are using technology to meet funders around the world.
As vaccines await US approval, a sophisticated global phishing campaign has tried to harvest credentials from companies involved in their distribution.
Investors pour $91M into growing clinical-trial software firm (MED CITY NEWS)
The COVID-19 pandemic is altering behavior and fueling demand for remote technologies in clinical trials with Medable, a company in the clinical trial software space, looking to capitalize.
Three Canadian startups have recently announced fresh funding rounds to fuel their growth. Here’s the latest on who raised.
JD Health, the health-care unit of Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com, has raised $3.5 billion in a Hong Kong initial public offering (IPO), CNBC has confirmed.
At-home health testing company Everlywell raises $175 million Series D round at a $1.3 billion valuation (FORBES)
Everlywell, the at-home medical testing company founded by 36-year-old Julia Cheek, is one of the few companies that has experienced growth during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kevin Magee (Microsoft), Christopher Salvatore (Cybersecure Catalyst), and Tahseen Shabab (Penfield) explore how Canada can build a cybersecurity ecosystem.
The COVID-19 vaccines are a marvel of science. Here’s how we can make the best use of them (STAT NEWS)
Two vaccines developed with stunning speed — and showing remarkable initial efficacy — are poised to be approved for emergency use in the United States in December. A number of other vaccines are expected to follow.
The password to access a highly sensitive Ministry of Health database was stored inside a government site’s source code.
Startups raised a total of $349.5 million in Q3 2020, a 135 percent increase for the Waterloo Region.
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