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US, UK Blame Russia for NotPetya Cyber-Attack

Both the American and British governments attributed last year’s NotPetya cyber-attack that paralyzed part of Ukraine’s infrastructure and wreaked havoc on computers worldwide to the Russian military

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How AI is Sharpening the Edge of Cybersecurity

AI innovation has recently re-emerged as a key strategy for commercial enterprises, governments, and research institutions. One of the main areas where society stands to benefit greatly from Artificial Intelligence is cybersecurity

From Cybertech Tel Aviv 2018 (Photo: Gilad Kavalerchik)

Cybertech Presents: The Next Cyber Revolution

Cybertech Tel Aviv 2018 Conference & Exhibition, held this week at the Tel Aviv Convention Center, drew 15,000 visitors from around the globe, and over 200 companies exhibited their innovative technologies and solutions in the cyber domain. Special coverage

Maj. Gen. (res.) Yiftach Ron Tal, Chairman of the Israel Electric Corporation (Photo: Gilad Kavalerchik)

"The world needs multi-layered, multi-dimensional cybersecurity systems"

"Cyber is becoming an existential threat to countries worldwide, and therefore it is imperative to improve cyber defenses," said Israel Electric Corporation Chairman Yiftah Ron Tal at the Cybertech 2018 conference. He noted that 191 million attacks on the IEC were registered in 2017
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