01/16/2021

A new form of warfare to which societies blessed with the most advanced technological and economic infrastructure are more vulnerable than those less-fortunate

A new form of warfare to which societies blessed with the most advanced technological and economic infrastructure are more vulnerable than those less-fortunate

A new form of warfare to which societies blessed with the most advanced technological and economic infrastructure are more vulnerable than those less-fortunate

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Two invisible elements have evidently shaped life in the Middle East and indeed globally over this year, which is approaching its end.
One is of course the coronavirus pandemic which only now begins to show some promise of being contained by vaccines next year. There is also more than meets the eye in cyber sphere – a new form of warfare to which societies blessed with the most advanced technological and economic infrastructure are more vulnerable than those less-fortunate.
What is being and can be done – offensively and defensively – in the cyber realm between governments, organizations and even self-motivated hackers?
Panel:
– Jonathan Hessen, Host.
– Dr. Nir Boms, Analyst.
– Mr. Daniel Cohen, Cyber Security and policy expert, Head of the Policy and Technology Program at Abba Eban Institute IDC Herzliya and Senior Researcher at Blavatnik Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center at Tel Aviv University.
– Mr. Eli Kravtsov, Cloud Security R&D Team Leader.

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