A cyber conference in Tel Aviv last week has called on governments worldwide to join forces to defend against cyber threats that have the potential to bring down military and civilian aircraft.
Cyber security also represents an enormous business opportunity, Israeli PM Netanyahu told a cyber conference at Tel Aviv University, adding that Israel receives about 20 percent of global investment in the sector, Reuters has reported.
While Israel monitors attacks at its cyber security center in the southern city of Beersheba, Netanyahu said there was “no silver bullet”.
“This is a supreme test for our civilization. It’s going to be tested not only by criminal organizations, by terrorists, but by other states. We have to combine forces,” Netanyahu said.
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