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"Introduction to Coding" pilot course for asylum seekers at The Platform

Tel Aviv Municipality launches program to teach asylum seekers coding

Some participants are apparently seeking professions in hi-tech, while others wish to open their own businesses.

Eric Yuan, CEO of Zoom Video Communications

Israeli researchers discover, fix Zoom vulnerability

In January 2020, Check Point discovered a vulnerability that would allow hackers to potentially identify and join active meetings.

Cyber wars: Check Point leads the way in defending Israel against hackers

Check Point Technologies provides cyber security for all digital platforms, and is a market leader and plays a key role in defending against hackers, both individuals and nations.

Silhouettes of mobile users next to the Whatsapp logo, March 28, 2018.

WhatsApp bug allows hackers to plant malware using video files

Sending a "specially-crafted MP4 file to a WhatsApp user" could allow hackers to access information on users' phones.


Russia dismisses reports of Iranian hacking collusion as 'unsavory'

British security officials have said the Russian group, known as "Turla," used Iranian tools and computer infrastructure to successfully hack organizations in at least 20 different countries.

Man analyzes computer code

U.S. government says travelers' photos taken in malicious cyber attack

A US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) subcontractor has inadvertently shared copies of traveler images and license plates in what CBP is describing as a “malicious cyber attack.”

Employees, mostly veterans of military computing units, use keyboards working at a cyber hotline

HP using Israeli cybersecurity tech on new computers

The deal is valued at $150 million over four years, the Israeli business news website Calcalist reported, citing an unnamed source.

National Security Agency (NSA) headquarters building in Fort Meade, Maryland

NSA 'EternalBlue' tool facilitates cyberattacks worldwide including U.S.

Many of the targets in the US have been local governments, such as Baltimore and San Antonio, where public employees often oversee networks using outdated software.

IDRRA CEO Kobi Freedman

Could third-party breaches threaten Israel’s new credit data sharing system?

Israel’s first-ever system for sharing credit data, featuring the establishment of a central credit register, was officially launched by the Bank of Israel last week.


Hacker attacks major Israeli websites, temporarily shutting them down

An anonymous hacker could have brought parts of the Israeli economy to a halt over Shabbat, when it compromised hundreds of websites and destroyed nearly 1 million web pages.

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