“Extreme weather events are like cyberattacks. In the same way states and organizations prepare for surprise attacks on their computer systems, they must prepare for unexpected weather that can severely harm their routine activities,” Shimon Elkabetz, the CEO of weather forecasting startup Tomorrow.io Inc., told Calcalist. The Boston-based company that was founded by Israelis announced on Tuesday that it has completed a $77 million funding round and that it is changing its name to Tomorrow.io.
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