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מימין חמי פרס יודפת הראל בוכריס ו איל ולדמן

High-tech leaders send message to Netanyahu: “New legislation has destructive implications on economy”

15.12.22|Meir Orbach
“The weakening of trust in the judicial system and as a result in Israeli democracy could deter investors which have been driving the high-tech industry,” read a letter signed by over 200 senior entrepreneurs and investors
פגסוס NSO תוכנת ריגול פרטיות סייבר האקר פריצה

Report: Israeli authorities request most Big Tech user data across Middle East and Western Asia

04.08.22|James Spiro
Cybersecurity company Surfshark analyzed the data requests by local authorities from companies such as Apple, Google, Facebook, and Microsoft
Melanie Garson Tony Blair

The internet is “at risk of fracturing” amid geopolitical unrest and unregulated tech companies

10.07.22|James Spiro
Technology is both the underlying problem and solution to the world’s biggest challenges off and on the internet, explains Dr. Melanie Garson of the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change
Jillian Goldberg GuardKnox  ג'יליאן גולדברג גארדנוקס

The government’s search for Olim might just fill the tech gap

01.11.21|James Spiro
There is a talent shortage in Israel’s high tech sector - and Bennett is turning to immigrants for help
Shay Seth Merlin

Israeli cyber companies are eyeing the U.S government

28.07.21|James Spiro
Private cybersecurity companies that want to expand their market to the public sector can turn to Merlin Ventures for help
Sagi Dagan IIA

Israel's most important “natural” resource

08.06.21|Sagi Dagan
Appropriate government support of early-stage startups will prepare the sector for future technologies and allow Israeli innovation to be at the forefront of the Israeli economy, writes Sagi Dagan, Head of the Growth & Strategy Division at the Israel Innovation Authority
גיא מגן Profero CTO

When countries attack companies

10.02.21|Guy Barnhart-Magen
"It is time for policymakers to stop ignoring the potential damage caused by these attacks not only to the private businesses, but to the whole country," says Guy Barnhart-Magen
Yossi Rodrick  aQurate

Where did the money go?

24.01.21|Yossi Rodrick
What brought the “capital of innovation in the Middle East” to scramble where it should have thrived?
אבטחת מידע סייבר גלישה בטוחה מנעול

After cybersecurity attack, Israel reconsiders its tender with Shirbit insurance company

07.12.20|Amir Kurtz and Etai Aflalo
Shirbit is one of the leading vehicle insurance companies for government employees, but after its system was hacked and personal information made public, Israel is reconsidering renewing the contract
רוני גמזו שידור חי

Israeli government approves coronavirus czar’s traffic light model

31.08.20|Itamar Eichner, Ynet
According to the approved plan, Israeli towns and regions will be divided into four colored categories, according to the current severity of the outbreak in their territory
אנשים סניף דואר ישראל

Israel’s postal service is getting privatized, expected to vastly improve its service

23.07.20|James Spiro
The State is preparing to sell a total of 40% of its postal system over two phases
עסקים ב קבלה לחיצת ידיים

Israel Innovation Authority issues call for proposals for joint R&D projects with U.S. companies

09.07.20|James Spiro
Applicants will be eligible for a grant of up to 50% of the approved R&D costs, in the form of a conditional grant
בית חולים שיבא תל השומר התמודדות עם נגיף הקורונה קורונה

Israel’s State Comptroller Report Reveals Failure to Prepare for a Pandemic

24.03.20|Adrian Filut
Matanyahu Englman has released a harsh report about the state of Israel’s healthcare system, but avoided assigning blame to anyone. And why did he wait four months to publish a report that was ready in November?
קורונה בדיקת קורונה בדרייב אין תל אביב 21.3.20

Israel Faces Rise in Covid-19 Cases With Only an Interim Government

24.03.20|CTech
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Israel has reached 1,656 on Tuesday morning, with 31 people in critical condition and on ventilators
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With a 100 Person Cap on Gatherings, Israel’s 120 New Parliament Members Cannot Be Sworn In

12.03.20|Zvi Zerahia
Israel’s parliament is looking for solutions for the swearing-in ceremony, scheduled for Monday
תחבורה ציבורית נוסעים  אוטובוס

Coronavirus Fears Reach Israel’s Public Transportation

08.03.20|Lior Gutman
The government is considering measures to curtail the use of trains, busses, and light rails, fearing infection will spread faster in large crowds
בנימין נתניהו שר האוצר משה כחלון ישיבת ממשלה שבועית

Netanyahu Announces NIS 4 Billion Government Assistance Fund

08.03.20|Omri Milman
The fund will support companies experiencing financial difficulties due to the coronavirus crisis
מתחם הבידוד לחולי קורונה בשיבא

Israel’s Health Ministry Takes Action to Stop Hospitals From Being Overrun

05.03.20|Adrian Filut and Omri Milman
Low public investment in infrastructure and understaffed hospitals will turn wide-spread coronavirus into a domestic nightmare. To flatten the infection curve, Israel is taking steps that may be among the harshest globally, to the displeasure of its finance ministry