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Israel’s former cyber policy chief on cyber warfare and abuse of surveillance technology

By France24
22 September 2022   |   12:22 pm
With its joint expertise in security and technology, Israel has become a cyber security powerhouse over the past decade. The former head of Israeli cyber policy, Eviatar Matania, was key in that evolution. He founded and led the Israel National Cyber Bureau under former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and recently co-wrote "Cybermania," a book tracing Israel's cyber revolution.

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