'The Plague': Israel Braces for Cyber-doomsday

Israel's cyber authority details threats from the pandemic year - and lays out plan against massive attack on Israel

Amitai Ziv
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A new report by Israel’s National Cyber Directorate shows that most cyberattacks on Israeli targets in 2020 were in the fields of technology, energy and government agencies and lays out a plan for addressing a massive attack on the country.

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