Tag: Israel

  • Hackers, Credit Cards, and the Media

    In the past couple of weeks there has been an interesting “hacking” trend going on in Israel. It started from the publication of a few thousand credit card records (out of an alleged 400,000). Continued with the publication of “SCADA” systems with default credentials, and a handful of gov.il email addresses and passwords, and more […]

  • IL-CERT finally picking up speed

    It’s been a long time since I talked about IL-CERT. My personal story with the IL-CERT (or lack thereof) started somewhere in 2009 when I was dealing with some incidents that affected constituencies in multiple countries – Israel included (which were part of my background research for my Cyber[Crime|War] talk). It then picked up some […]

  • Radio Interview with Galatz [Hebrew]

    Following is my radio interview with Galatz’s “Security Belt” programme where we discuss Cyber Security issues, the political and diplomatic aspects of them, and the recent attacks on Israeli sites as a result of the Terror attacks on Israel and the resulting conflicts it spawned. [display_podcast] The show’s website can be found here.