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Since October, the US intelligence community had concluded that Russia interfered in the US presidential election.
The report surveys a range of current and recent cyber attacks by Hamas, Hezbollah, ISIS and most importantly Iran, in terms of their potential impact on Israeli elections going forward.
Iranian drones and Hezbollah rockets are far from the only surprises Israel may face.
‘Assume every camera on a network can be hacked,’ cautioned the police cybercrimes unit.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Spread across the country, the online soldiers of Unit 8200 are on the front line of Israel’s cyber wars 24/7, 365 days a year to identify possible threats and effectively neutralize them.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
Change marks balancing of Shin Bet role.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
How do states identify their cyberattackers and can they be tricked?
Udi Mokady, CEO of the Israeli firm CyberArk Software Ltd., expressed concern over security breach after news of a hack.
By MAX SCHINDLER
Officials worry less about the hacking of polling stations and more about 'fake news' from outside sources attempting to influence campaigns.
By TOVA COHEN/REUTERS,STEVEN SCHEER/ REUTERS
Talk of Israel's cybersecurity capbilities continues to unfold in the news surrounding Kaspersky labs.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Spies spying on spies: while Russian hackers were spying on the US, Israeli hackers were keeping close tabs on them.
By JOY BERNARD
The unit’s efforts led to the removal of 1,575 online posts in 2016 “which appeared to violate the law.”
There are eight universities’ technology transfer companies and five companies affiliated with research institutes and academic colleges, plus five attached to hospitals.
By ARIEL SHAPIRA
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