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Keep your head in the cloud
Daimler adopts IBM public cloud for security capabilities
Cyber Hackers
Survey: better approach needed to teach cybersecurity to remote workers
By CYBERTECH
Hackers and cybersecurity
IBM study: More cyberattacks succeeding, despite better business planning
By CYBERTECH
BioCatch
Israeli firm BioCatch surpasses 150 million anonymous behavioral profiles
By CYBERTECH
A man holds a laptop computer as cyber code is projected on him
New ransomware masquerading as COVID-19 tracing app
By CYBERTECH
IAI interceptor drone
IAI creates world's leading anti-drone system
By CYBERTECH
CEO Eyal Gruner
Cynet raises $18 million in funding for breach protection tech
By CYBERTECH
The skyline of Tel Aviv
Digital asset security company Curv raises $23 million in series A round
By CYBERTECH
Pcysys (L to R) CMO Aviv Cohen, CTO Arik Liberzon, CEO Amitai Ratzon, VP of Product Ran Tamir
Pcysys selected by US healthcare group to boost cyber security
By CYBERTECH
Anti-government demonstrators scuffle with riot police during a lunch time protest as a second reading of a controversial national anthem law takes place in Hong Kong, China May 27, 2020.
Citing security risks, US bans exports of sensitive tech to Hong Kong
By CYBERTECH
Hands are seen on a keyboard in front of a displayed cyber code in this picture illustration taken October 4, 2018
Cybercrime accounted for over a quarter of all crime in Singapore in 2019
By CYBERTECH
A man holds a laptop computer as cyber code is projected on him
Cyber criminals infiltrate LG electronics, hold source code for ransom
By CYBERTECH
Salesforce and Siemens partner to develop ‘touchless’ workplace solutions
By CYBERTECH
A copy of bitcoin standing on PC motherboard is seen in this illustration picture
Cyber criminal group stole over $200m. in cryptocurrency, Clearsky says
By CYBERTECH
A man types into a keyboard during the Def Con hacker convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.
Most companies don’t think like hackers, making them more prone to attacks
By CYBERTECH
XM Cyber CEO Noam Erez
Israel's XM Cyber earns European Commission seal of excellence
By CYBERTECH
A satellite
China launches final satellite to complete homegrown alternative to GPS
By CYBERTECH
A demonstrator holds a placard during a protest against police brutality and the death in Minneapolis police custody of African-American man George Floyd, at the U.S. Consulate General in Hamburg, Germany June 5, 2020
Hackers leak trove of police data in solidarity with Black Lives Matter
By CYBERTECH
CyberX CEO Omer Schneider
Microsoft acquires IoT/OT security leader CyberX
By CYBERTECH
The Netflix logo is shown in this illustration photograph in Encinitas, California
Mcafee: free online entertainment search ‘perfect storm’ for cybercrime
By CYBERTECH
Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission.
EU commission president warns China on cyberattacks against EU hospitals
By CYBERTECH
Cyberbit CEO Adi Dar
Five years later with Cyberbit CEO Adi Dar
By AMIR RAPAPORT
The new Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison attends a news conference in Canberra, Australia August 24, 2018
State-based cyber actor escalating assault on Australia
By CYBERTECH
Elbit providing cyber intelligence, security solutions for networks
By CYBERTECH
Israeli digital intelligence company improving data management
By CYBERTECH
Settlement of Elon Moreh, near Nablus, West Bank, June 11, 2020
Annexation, vaccine, and the march of folly
By AMIR RAPAPORT
Israel must use Intelligence to mitigate cyber attacks: official
By CYBERTECH
INTERPOL cybercrime director: global response needed to combat cybercrime
By CYBERTECH
Eric Yuan, CEO of Zoom Video Communications
Zoom to provide end-to-end encryption for all users
By CYBERTECH
Female IDF soldier in the J6/C4I Cyber Defense Directorate.
New challenges make digital overhaul essential for IDF, general says
By CYBERTECH
An aerial view of Beersheba’s Gav-Yam Negev Advanced Technologies Park.
Building an Innovation Ecosystem in the Desert
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI , AMI ROJKES DOMBE , CYBERTECH
A picture illustration shows a Facebook logo reflected in a person's eye
Identifying 'deepfakes' remains major challenge in cyberspace
By CYBERTECH
 Opora's team
Cybersecurity firm OPORA closes $7 million seed funding round led by JVP
By CYBERTECH
Signers of the partnership agreement in Taiwan
Taiwanese program to invest up to $70m. in Israeli tech
By CYBERTECH
Gil Shwed
Check Point survey: while COVID-19 may fade, cyber effects will persist
Aharon Aharon, CEO of the Israel Innovation Authority
Five fintech companies chosen for Israeli capital market project
By CYBERTECH
Cyber hackers [illustrative]
Apparent ransomware attack brings Honda operations to standstill
By CYBERTECH
IBM CEO Arvind Krishna
In Wake of Floyd's Death, IBM Shuts Down Facial Recognition Business
By CYBERTECH
Israel's Nanox Wins Additional $20 Million in Funding from SK Telecom
By CYBERTECH
An example of a nanosatellite in space, NASA's CubeSat
Report: NASA cybersecurity incidents increase by 366% in 2019
By CYBERTECH
Facebook starts labeling state-controlled media outlets
By CYBERTECH
IAI develops model to predict changes in condition of COVID-19 patients
By CYBERTECH
Governments, companies and schools raise red flags over Zoom
By CYBERTECH
Guy Dagan. Photo: Miki Schauder
The weakest link: cyber risks during the coronavirus crisis
By GUY DAGAN
The top 5 questions organizations should ask about their VPN connections
By NIR CHAKO
Photo via SalamPix/ABACAPRESS.COM
The breakout of a new kind of war
By AMIR RAPAPORT
Fortinet
As telemedicine grows, healthcare organizations must secure patient care
By CYBERTECH
Computer code and an Israeli flag
Cyber consulting co. Sygnia opens APAC headquarters in Singapore
By CYBERTECH
The offices of Lahav 433.
Lahav-433 in the cybercrime era
By AMI ROJKES DOMBE
http://kavehlogistics.com/en/regions/iran/shahidrajaee
How Iran's Shahid Rajaee seaport was cyber-attacked
By CMDR. (RES.) EYAL PINKO
Spy games: the dark side of the web
By ARIK BRABBING
The danger: critical damage to hospital systems
By GILAD ZINGER
KELA expands intel by monitoring remote access markets in dark net
By CYBERTECH
Wendy Singer, executive director of Startup Nation Central
Number of Jerusalem-based tech companies grows 102% since 2012
By CYBERTECH
Joseph Assaf Turner. Photo provided by Maya Security
Managing cybersecurity in times of crisis
By JOSEPH ASSAF TURNER
DDoS technique for massive cyberattack was foiled: researchers
By CYBERTECH
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