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Israel "punching above its weight in cyber."
The Israeli cyber intelligence firm ClearSky claims that the terrorist organization used fake Facebook profiles to take control of cellular devices and enable tracking and outgoing calls.
According to the report, Islamic cyber terrorists are also fighting back against attempts by governments and social media giants to limit their influence.
In talks with the dozens of companies that set up booths around the conference grounds, Netanyahu’s warnings appeared to be borne out – and turned into business opportunities.
By NIV ELIS
Israeli suspects include an Israeli Arab who is believed to have used his hacking prowess to assist a terror group hostile to Israel.
By BEN HARTMAN
Around 700 new pieces of ISIS propaganda were disseminated online in January 2018 alone.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
'The battlefield is now in the civilian arena.'
Investors poured a record-breaking $815 million into the Israeli cyber ecosystem in 2017, totaling some 16% of all global investment in the cybersecurity industry, second only to the United States.
By MAX SCHINDLER
Cyberreason's advanced technology have protected scores of companies from advanced attacks, including the recent and global WannaCry Ransoware attack.
By SHARON UDASIN
Israeli companies are leading the cybersecurity field.
By ARIEL SHAPIRA
The Unidirectional Security Gateway aims to provide a service that traditional firewalls cannot.
Trax Image Recognition, the world leader in image recognition for retail, has completed another round of funding at $19.5 million with lead investor, Investec Bank.
The four topics that I think will generate and require special attention in 2017.
By GILAD PELEG
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