“Indictment alleges the trio, 2 of whom worked for Cellcom, provided terror group with large volume of information in order to carry out cyberattack on crucial infrastructure”

3 Israelis charged in Hamas plot to sabotage telecom networks used by IDF during war
Emanuel Fabian and Michael Bachner
October 20, 2022

Three men from northern Israel were indicted on Thursday for allegedly sending a large volume of sensitive information to the Hamas terror group in Turkey, and for plans to sabotage Israel’s cellular network in a future war. According to the charge sheet, the trio were accused of committing “grave security offenses” and rendering the infrastructure of one of the country’s largest telecommunications companies vulnerable to a potential cyberattack. One of the accused — identified only by the Hebrew initials of his first and last names, Resh Ayin — had worked for cellular giant Cellcom since 2004 as a software engineer, the indictment said. READ MORE

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