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After SolarWinds hack, Israel reexamines its cybersecurity

CYBER SECURITY AFFAIRS: Israel is no stranger to the dangers of state-run cyberattacks.

Visitor shakes hands with an operational robot policeman at GISEC in Dubai

GISEC cybersecurity confab in Dubai could be big for Israel

The UAE's big cybersecurity expo may give Israeli companies the platform they need to succeed.

IDF cyber defenders attend international exercise

Some 57 teams from 14 different countries participated in it.


Israel targeted by Hezbollah hacker group, remained unnoticed for 5 years

ClearSky added that the Lebanese Cedar hacker group seems to have successfully remained unnoticed by the security community for the past five years.


Israeli Cybersecurity start-up completes $6.5 million funding round

"History is full of stories about cases where there was an alert somewhere, but they did not see or hear it until they were questioned back after the disaster."

Anne Neuberger, Biden's Jewish pick for cybersecurity adviser - Politico

According to two people familiar with the plans, Biden plans to name Neuberger as deputy national security adviser for cybersecurity in the incoming NSC, Politico reported.

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Israel Police reports a staggering 8,377 cyberattacks for 2020

"I have no doubt that the number of cases that will deal with identity theft and the stealing of payment method information in 2021 will shatter all records."

Russia's President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Donald Trump attend a meeting on the sidelines

Trump's bizarre defense of Russian hacks becomes dangerous - comment

Trump has declared that “everything is under control” when all experts have said that the damage may take months or years to calculate.

An information analyst works in front of a screen showing a near real-time map tracking cyber threat

World's cyber experts scramble to defend networks from suspected hackers

People familiar with the matter have said the hackers were believed to be working for the Russian government.


State-backed hacks of US, Israel herald new age of cyberwarfare

CYBER AFFAIRS: One lesson of these latest hacks is that hackers can be like the ancient demon hydra – you lop off one head, and multiple other heads sprout.

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