For the record, Israel lacks an “adequate response to targeted cyberattacks in the civilian sector,” says Isaac Ben-Israel, chairman of the National Council for Research and Development. However, this does not mean that the government, military and business communities are clueless when it comes to cyberdefense, or incapable of launching cyberattacks. Israel has been linked (with the U.S.) to the development of the Stuxnet virus, which in 2010 wreaked havoc on the supervisory control ...

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