Cyber sphere becoming increasingly dangerous, says PM

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 14, 2014 19:01

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu spoke at the fourth Annual International Cybersecurity Conference at Tel Aviv University on Sunday on the increasing cyber attacks against Israel.

While Iran was still the number one threat facing the Jewish state – followed by the rising wave of terrorism sweeping through the region and "de-legitimization" – Israel's cyber-sphere was becoming increasingly dangerous.

Israel was working to provide security to tackle this "great change" in warfare, the prime minster said, adding "Israel will always know how to use its knowledge to protect its civilians."

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