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Revealed: The Israelis Making Millions Selling Cyberweapons to Latin America

The middlemen serving as conduits in arms and cyber deals are an elite group with massive networks. They are key to selling Israeli tech in the Americas. This is the story of two of them

Amitai Ziv
Amitai Ziv
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Amitai Ziv
Amitai Ziv

When Israeli start-up companies develop their products, their target audience is almost always the American market. The United States is where they hope to sell their products, it’s where they do their market research and where they recruit their first salespeople.

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