Israel among top 3 countries most immune to cyber attacks

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January 30, 2012 18:58

 
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Despite the recent spate of cyber attacks on Israeli websites, Israel was named as one of the three most cyber secure countries in the world in a recent study, according to a report by the Financial Times on Monday.

According to the study, published by the Brussels-based Security and Defense Agenda think tank, Israel, Finland and Sweden had the best internet defenses around their public and private websites.

Israeli websites are attacked 1,000 times a minute on the internet, the study said, noting that national strategies for web defenses have been drawn up and implemented.

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