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Israel-Iran Cyberwar Escalates, Dealing Greater Damage Than Before

The Israel National Cyber Directorate says it has foiled about 1,500 cyberattacks in the past year, some of them by Iran. Prime Minister Bennett says 'you can no longer hit Israel indirectly through proxies'

Amos Harel
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Amos Harel
Amos Harel

The cyberwar between Israel and Iran seems to have moved up a notch. This week Iran reported a massive cyberattack that hit its steel industry hard, an incursion preceded by Tehran’s repeated attempts to harm Israeli infrastructure through similar attacks.

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