As Israel Reins in Its Cyberarms Industry, an Ex-intel Officer Is Building a New Empire

As Israeli cyber firms like Pegasus spyware creator NSO suffer a backlash that threatens their future, Intellexa – a company owned by an ex-Israeli intel officer – has set up shop in Athens, and business is booming

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Omer Benjakob
Omer Benjakob
Athens
Omer Benjakob
Omer Benjakob
Athens

ATHENS – In a nondescript suburb of the Greek capital, in an equally unremarkable office building towering over a generic strip mall, you will find a company called Intellexa. Sources who have been inside say its sprawling offices occupy five stories and include sleeping quarters, a training center and even an area with prayer mats so that those coming from Muslim countries like Bangladesh to receive training can pray.

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