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In this edition: | Israel-US to Cooperate on Cybersecurity | Israel Police, Defense Ministry mulled buying spyware, Hacking Team leak reveals | Cyber security company SafeBreach raises $4m | FBI disapproves encryption of commercial products | US Senate bill would make social media report 'terrorist activity' | New hacking spyware systems for Russian intelligence agencies | UAE and US launch center for anti-IS online propaganda in Abu Dhabi | Draft of Chinese cybersecurity law | Australia's first Cyber Security Summit with business leaders | German-owned Patriot missiles stationed in Turkey briefly taken over by hackers | UK intelligence agencies used hacking to counter Northern Ireland terrorism | Germany launches new National Cyber Security Policy
In this edition: IDF to establish new cyber command | Israeli regulator directs banks to focus on cyber security management | Europe’s largest cyber-tech firm to set up innovation center in Israel | US admonish China for online attack | Anti-LGBT site hacked and painted with gay flag’s colors | Cyber-attack on Canadian government websites | Russia fosters domestic software for national computer | Iran and Saudi Arabia heading toward cyber war? | New China law to boost cyber security | Singapore Defence Minister: Non-combat troops can help in cyber defence | UK Ministry of Defense counter thousands of daily cyber-attacks | Europol Cyber Crime Center EC3 is countering the Islamic State propaganda | Hackers targeted Polish airline LOT, grounded 1,400 passengers
In this edition: New Israeli Cyber Defense Authority | US Senate panel begins crafting cybersecurity bill | First conference for information security of Russia in the global information society | Abu Dhabi Police issue warning on new cyber bank scam | Obama discussed cyber security issues with India | A dedicated agency for national cyber security | UK fighting alongside US to counter cyber threats against financial institutions | France held International Forum on Cyber Security | Cyber warfare: Army creates ‘Twitter troops’
In this edition: New agreement signed between Israel and Japan regarding cyber | North Korea sanctioned by US for cyber attacks | More than 13,000 user passwords of Amazon, Walmart, and Brazzers were hacked | German government website under cyber-attacks by pro-Russian group | Islamic State hackers might be behind series of attacks on news organizations | Japan increases national cyber security by establishing new cyber center | New Kenyan security law to allow electronic evidence | UK suffering from several cyber-attacks against power grid | France targeted by hacktivists under OpFrance cyber-attack campaign
In this edition: Israel capital booming | A new vulnerability to affect Israel financial companies | US Senate to hold hearing on increasing cyber-crime against financial sector | A new cyber branch established by US Army | China capable of launching cyber-attacks against US power grid | Kaspersky Lab blocked more than 1 million cyber-attacks between 2013 and 2014 | Iran officially a real player in global cyber war | The man behind ISIS's "Twitter Jihadi" facing life imprisonment | Australian government begins review of cyber security strategy | Kenya breaks 'Chinese-run cybercrime network' | Nigeria: Cisco warns banks, others of increased cyber attacks | Raytheon opening new cyber research center in UK | China would have signal intelligence center in France | Cyber space international building: EU and USA promoted cyber security dialog
In this edition: #OpSaveAlAqsa cyber-attack campaign against Israel still running | Bots are great weapon for cyber terrorist | Russian telecom companies under cyber attack | Syrian Electronic Army claims hack of different news site | Egyptian Cyber Army is new hacker group in Middle East | Executives in Asian luxury hotels fall prey to Darkhotel cyber-espionage | Kenya ranked 4th globally in list of countries hit worst by fraud | South Africa Cyber response group to develop policy | UK companies would hire ex-hackers to counter cyber attacks | UK guide to help cyber defense companies export products | NATO and Cyber Defence Exercise in Estonia | Prague hosts Technologian Platform on Energy Security International Conference
In this edition: #OpSaveAlAqsa is new cyber-attack campaign against Israel | Israeli Trojan Horse Scam | Postal service hit by cyber-attack; US suspects China | Russia needs funds to support domestic software development | NATO helps Jordan fend off ISIL cyber threat | Vietnam increasing cyber cooperation | China, Japan, and Republic of Korea hold cyber security meeting in Beijing | UK signs agreement with Qatar to fight Jihad and cyber threats | Germany developing cyber intelligence capabilities | Was Warsaw Stock Exchange breached by ISIS criminals?
As many as 12 million websites powered by the Drupal 7 open source content management platform may have been compromised by cyber attacks exploiting the system’s database management system. Since Drupal is widely used by major brands worldwide - news agencies, defense industry and government, including the White House websites, security experts are concerned that its exposure that could lead to daisy-chain propagation of this cyber infection.
In this edition: Israel Defense Forces C4I command capabilities were great force during Protective Edge operation | US hackers targeted White House | Jewish temple in Florida targeted in worldwide pro-ISIS cyber-attack | Russia close to information security agreement with China | ISIS closes different cyber platforms to avoid attacks| China blames US for disrupted cybersecurity talks | Azerbaijan and Lithuania discussing cyber cooperation | Cyber crooks masquerade as army generals | South Africa government announced new committee to combat cyber threats | UK: Fifty per cent of population fall victim to cybercrime
In this edition: IDF building new cloud-base infrastructure | Apple updates iOS after major hack on iCloud | NetScout to acquire communications business of Danaher Corp and expand cyber intelligence expertise | Russia will not give government full power over Internet | Jordan to open cybercrime centre in Amman | Qatar is third most targeted country in cyber threats and attacks | Anonymous hacker group launches cyber war against Islamic State militants | Chinese Army calling to strengthen domestic cyber security software media | Cyber criminals target Africa’s food and beverage sector | Zambia hosted first Cyber security drill | Ethiopia to Host Second Annual Cyber Security Africa’s Banking & ICT Summit 2014 | London Metropolitan Police launched anti-fraud cybercrime unit | Estonian to launch first e-residency card
In this edition: Israel establishing new national cyber defense authority| More cyber revelations post Operation Protective Edge | USCYBERCOM to recruit 6,000 cyber professionals and create 133 teams across the country | Russia wants to disconnect the ".ru" from interconnected web | ISIS and Al-Qaida looking for cyber Caliphate to launch attacks on US| New Qatari Cyber Law threatens freedom | Singapore organized 23rd GovernmentWare infocom security exhibition | Multinational cyber security drills | Australia's Department of Finance drafts cyber security clauses defining service providers’ responsibilities when managing cyber security risks | UK to launch real-time cyber threat alert system for banks in 2015 | French Information Systems Security Agency strengthening its cyber defense
In this edition: Israeli cyber security: a growing market | Israeli Start-up uncovers espionage network hitting organizations in Germany, Austria, Switzerland | The hacktivist Anonghost group attacked Israel under banner of #OpIsraelReborn campaign | US Army Cyber Command launching new Cyber Protection Brigade | Russian hackers hacked nearly 5 million Gmail user accounts | China performs large scale cyber espionage operations | NATO strengthen its cyber security policy and cooperation | UK government launching free online cyber security course | Tanzania: Cyber-crime talks for Arusha | Cybercrime a key issue in new ISS - UNIDIR collaboration
In this edition: Behind Israel's cyber battle of Operation Protective Edge | Iranian cyber offense during Operation Protective Edge | Qatari technology helps Hamas build sophisticated cyber systems to attack Israel | Hackers related to ISIS took down Sony PlayStation's network | Major cyber-attack against United States banks | Most cyber-attacks targeting Western Europe come from Russia | Budget cuts increase Australian cyber-security risks |Hacker targets info on MH370 probe | Ecuador is latest country to face cyber-espionage campaign | UK Ministry of Defense launching £2 million cyber defense project | Germany working on cyber security law to protect critical infrastructure | South Africa has the third highest number of cyber crime victims after Russia and China | Kenya urges concerted efforts to fight crime
Although the IDF’s abilities to handle the rocket and attack tunnel threats have garnered most of the attention during the latest campaign in the Gaza Strip, it is now clear that Israel was also forced to confront cyber challenges during Operation Protective Edge. More specifically, in the course of the campaign Iranian elements launched a widespread cyber offensive against Israeli targets, including attempts to damage security and financial networks. While these attempts were neutralized relatively easily and quickly by Israeli cyber defenses, it seems that Iran is investing heavily in the development of effective offensive capabilities against infrastructure systems, and might present a serious challenge to Israeli defenses within the foreseeable future.
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