JVP's CyberArk Software, Israel's largest private cyber security company, went public on NASDAQ on September 24, 2014, the eve of the Jewish new year.

CyberArk IPOJVP invested in CyberArk Software in 2002, serving as one of the first investors in the company. Over the years, JVP remained the largest shareholder in the company, serving as chairman, working closely with the founding team and management as it evolved into its current standing. In December 2011, JVP, together with Goldman Sachs, led a secondary transaction into the company further increasing its stake to 46.6%, buying out several of the company's older shareholders.

Today, CyberArk is the only security company focused on striking down targeted cyber threats, those that make their way inside to attack the heart of the enterprise. Dedicated to stopping attacks before they stop business, CyberArk is trusted by the world’s leading companies — including more than 35% of the Fortune 100 companies — to protect their highest-value information assets, infrastructure and applications. For over a decade CyberArk has led the market in securing enterprises against cyber-attacks that take cover behind insider privileges and attack critical enterprise assets. At a time when auditors and regulators are recognizing that privileged accounts are the fast track for cyber-attacks and demanding stronger protection, CyberArk’s security solutions master high-stakes compliance and audit requirements while arming businesses to protect what matters most.

With offices and authorized partners worldwide, CyberArk is a vital security partner to more than 1,550 global businesses. CyberArk has offices in the U.S., Israel, U.K., France, Germany, Netherlands and Singapore and serves customers in more than 65 countries.

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