Israel government tells water treatment companies to change passwords

The Israeli government says that hackers have targeted its water supply and treatment facilities last week. In a security alert sent by the Israeli National Cyber-Directorate (INCD), the agency is urging personnel at companies active in the energy and water Read More …

Passenger jet carrying 172 passengers nearly shot down over Syria, Russia says

An Airbus A320 jet carrying 172 passengers was nearly shot down on its approach to the Syrian capital, Damascus, shortly after 2 a.m. Thursday after Syria fired antiaircraft missiles in response to an attack, according to a Russian Defense Ministry spokesman, Read More …

12 soldiers wounded, 1 seriously, in suspected terror car-ramming in Jerusalem

At least 12 soldiers were wounded, including one seriously, in a suspected car-ramming terror attack in Jerusalem early Thursday morning, police and medics said. The incident occurred shortly before 2 a.m. on Jerusalem’s David Remez Street near the First Station, Read More …

The launching of IED balloons from the Gaza Strip into Israeli territory

During the first half of January 2020 a decision was made in the Gaza Strip to renew the launching of balloons, which had stopped in March 2019. Since the decision was put into practice dozens of balloons have been launched into Israeli Read More …

Israel to Build Anti-Tunnel Sensor Network Along Lebanon Border

Israel’s military announced on Sunday the start of construction of an underground network of sensors along the Lebanese frontier to detect any cross-border tunnel building. The project is getting under way a year after the Israeli military said it had Read More …

Israel Railways builds new cyber-monitoring center

This month, Israel Railways is launching a new innovative cyber-monitoring center (SOC) unifying the OT/IT networks. This was revealed at the transportation panel from Cybertech’s exclusive seminar, in collaboration with Fortinet. “Israel Railways is considered critical infrastructure. Furthermore, it’s a Read More …

US, Russia, China don’t sign Macron’s cyber pact

The US, Russia, and –three of today’s major cyber-powers– have not signed an agreement on rules and principles released today at the Paris Peace Forum by President Emmanuel Macron. The pact was signed by 51 countries, the 72 companies part of The Cybersecurity Tech , the 16 companies part Read More …

US, Israel establish joint center for energy cooperation

The United States and Israel have established a center for energy cooperation to develop innovative technologies that tackle issues such as energy cybersecurity and using water for energy production, among others. The center, titled the US-Israel Center of Excellence in Read More …