Nearly 100 countries and tens of thousands of computer systems were hit by a cyber attack of unprecedented proportions utilizing a program believed to have come from the National Security Agency (NSA).
A nearly nonexistent inflation rate and low unemployment have helped propel Israel to the number three spot on a list of the world’s most stable and promising economies for 2016 published by the Bloomberg financial news agency.
“This is the first time that Israeli researchers will have the opportunity to receive information directly from a completely blue and white satellite, without having to go through other countries or research agencies.”
Elbit Systems Ltd. announced this week that its subsidiary was awarded a contract from a Japanese cybersecurity service provider to launch a unique cybersecurity training and simulation center in Tokyo.
“The physical size of Israel has not restricted its power in cybertechnology. Israel draws about one-fifth of the global investment in cybertechnology. This is a coefficient of 200 relative to the size of the population.”