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Tag Archives: National Cyber Bureau
“National Cyber Directorate personnel spend every waking hour warding off the wide array of cyberattacks launched at Israel on all levels by terrorist groups, hackers, and malicious state actors”
ISRAEL HAYOM (by agreement with JNS) ‘Israel is a cyber superpower, the potential is endless’ by Yoav Limor September 30, 2020 Walking into the Tel Aviv office of Israel National Cyber Directorate Head Yigal Unna, you immediately notice a very … Continue reading
Beersheba’s Gav-Yam Negev Tech Park home to 45 firms, from giants like Lockheed Martin, IBM, PayPal and Deutsche Telekom, to tech start-ups
WASHINGTON POST Israel hopes a cyber-city in the desert will coax highly trained, affluent, young people away from Tel Aviv by Ellen Nakashima and Ruth Eglash May 14, 2016 This city in the heart of the Negev desert was once … Continue reading
DEFENSE NEWS by Barbara Opall-Rome June 20, 2014 Netanyahu: ‘We Have a Land Flowing With Milk and Cyber’ HERZLIYA, ISRAEL — Israeli exports of cyber-related products and services last year reached $3 billion, some 5 percent of the global market … Continue reading