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Israel "punching above its weight in cyber."
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.
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.
"Zero Days," Alex Gibney’s film premiering at the Berlin Film Festival, explores the joint US-Israeli operation to develop the Stuxnet virus and sabotage Iran’s nuclear program.
By YOSSI MELMAN
"There is currently a struggle between the forces of good and the forces of evil," PM tells CyberTech event.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Hacktivists from Anonymous off-shoot that targets Islamic extremist groups reportedly took over the Isdarat website after it appeared on the so-called "dark web."
A "complex low signature cyber attack, which leaves behind no clear trail, could create regional uncertainty, and increase existing distrust between Iran and the US."
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Digital propaganda does not always rely on proactive means to manipulate social media platforms and capture the attention of online audiences.
By ILAN MANOR,PATRICK THEWLIS
In this wary and suspicious environment, Israel must take a number of domestic and international steps to build trust and ensure the future of its cybersecurity industry.
By ELI GREENBAUM
Israel should also continue to cultivate IDF units such as Military Intelligence’s 8200, which is a veritable incubator and accelerator of Israel’s start-ups.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Sovereign governments face many challenges in erecting cyberdefenses, notably the many months or years it takes to develop and install defensive software.
By MAX SCHINDLER
Every president must face crises, without knowing in advance what those crises will be. In seeking for guidance on how to confront this difficult situation.
By TEVI TROY
Rather than seeking court orders, the government should transcend its culture to attract and retain the talent capable of leading the cybersecurity arms race.
By DEVORAH HALBERSTAM AND BRUCE ABRAMSON
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