TEL AVIV—After years of being known as a small military that can execute well-planned airstrikes, the Israeli Air Force (IAF) is finding new ways to stay relevant in an era of cyberwarfare, pumping money and attention into linking its information networks and making sense of data from disparate assets. The head of the IAF Information and Communications Technology (ICT), Col. S., describes the importance of this kind of information dominance. “It’s a force multiplier and ...

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