London-based website Rai al-Youm says that Eli Cohen's body may be returned to Israel as part of a deal if it was found, but there was no indication of what Israel would be giving in exchange
The hunt for El Chapo, widespread corruption and Israeli cyber firm NSO’s dealings in Mexico reveal dark truth about infamous phone-hacking software Pegasus: ‘The greater the violence, the greater the business opportunities’
A small select group of cyber experts seek out weak points in digital systems, and warn: 'With devices that have cameras, the invasion of privacy is more dangerous'
A tribute to Eliyahu Cohen, a founder of intel Unit 8200 and Mossad spy who posed as an Iraqi officer
True story of two people with different religions but same Iranian roots is the basis of a new work by a playwright who yearns to bring the culture of Iran to Israeli stages
Sylvia Klingberg, whose father, Marcus Klingberg, revealed secrets to the Russians, and whose husband, Udi Adiv, revealed secrets to Syrians, died this month in France
Ninio was part of a cell that attempted to sabotage Egypt's ties with the West; she was sentenced to 15 years in prison, where she was tortured before she was finally released
Ari Ben-Menashe once worked for Israel’s Military Intelligence. Now he's lobbying Russia and the U.S. on behalf of Sudan’s military council and regime opponents in Venezuela
Haifa-based Sabra Intelligence Solutions uses the talents of ex-spies to extricate them
Former U.S. intel staffer claims one of the dissident's contacts was bugged with NSO's Pegasus spyware, blasts Israeli tech industry ■ In response, NSO denies selling its products
Shulamit Kishik-Cohen spied for Israel in Lebanon for 14 years from 1948 to 1961. When she was ultimately arrested and sentenced to death, the prosecutor said she was 'rocking the cradle with one hand and turning the world upside down with the other'
Though satellite has reached its orbit, some systems are not working like they should, says space center head.
The American intelligence's daily briefings to the presidents in the 1960s and '70s show how far the CIA was from predicting the developments in Israel — with one exception.
Civil rights activists accuse the security agency of using a loophole in privacy legislation to try and seek more recruits.
Northern town demands 1,263 euros for helping suspicious armed 'agents' whose car entered a prohibited area and got stuck in the mud.
The program, code-named 'Anarchist,' monitored strikes on Gaza and watched out for a possible strike on Iran, The Intercept reports. Israeli source downplays report.
Bird crossed Israel's Golan border into Lebanon, but was released after locals realized transmitter was not spy gear.
Expected to give first speech after 30 years in prison, former Israeli spy defers to his wife who details his difficult parole conditions.
District Judge says stronger justification needed for electronic bracelet, computer monitoring for released Israeli spy.
The Soviet spy stood at the major crossroads of Jewish history on the 'wrong' side, and did so with courage and genius. With pride.
Avraham Marcus Klingberg immigrated to Israel in 1948, and allegedly spied on it for the next 35 years, until a double agent burnt his cover.
The Israeli spy will have to stay in the U.S. after his release from prison next week, the Washington Post reports.
'False Flag,' a series about a Mossad caper, will be shown in 127 countries.
Let's reserve the celebratory receptions and torch-lighting honors for our real heroes.
The Obama administration refuses to say if Pollard will be released on his scheduled parole date. Pollard can blame himself and Benjamin Netanyahu for the sorry state of affairs.
Eli Ben-Dahan calls WSJ report 'total nonsense,' but admits he probably would not be informed of such covert campaigns.
Researchers at the cybersecurity firm Kaspersky, who identified the virus, have concluded that it was an improved version of spyware first detected in 2011 by the codename 'Duqu.'
Ali Mansouri convicted of spying that included photographing U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv and Ben-Gurion International Airport.
According to local reports, the man worked for Israel for 15 years and is considered to be a key operative.
Ram Ben Barak, a former deputy of Israel's spy agency, was chosen by Minister Yuval Steinitz to carry out the merger of the two ministries under his purview.