“One of the characterizations of cyber-attacks is the difficulty in determining the aggressor’s identity, as well as whether the attack is a minor breach or a full-scale onslaught,” Prof. Major-General (Ret.) Yitzhak Ben Yisrael, one of the founders of the National Cyber Directorate and a pioneer in cyber development in Israel, explained.
Ben Yisrael served as head of the Defense Ministry’s Administration for the Development of Weapons and the Technological Industry, and is currently the director of the Yuval Ne’eman Science, Technology & Security Workshop at Tel Aviv University.
“You wake up one morning, turn on the radio, and hear of a railroad accident with 300 casualties – a cyber-attack isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. If enemy warplanes unleash an attack any nation immediately mobilizes its armed forces, but the source of a cyber-attack is hard to pinpoint, unless you have first-rate intelligence,” he said. – Israeli Defense
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