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Europe’s largest cyber-tech firm to set up innovation center in Israel

(JNS.org) Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute for Secure Information Security (SIT), Europe’s largest organization for applied scientific research, is set to establish a cyber-security innovation center in Israel. Citing the recent cyber-attack targeting Germany’s Bundestag parliament, believed to be carried out by Russia, and other targeted attacks threatening enterprises and state institutions each day, Fraunhofer said its cooperation with Israel would help “address these challenges.” “The Institute will join forces with Israel, which is widely regarded as the nation with the biggest experience and a very well trained workforce in this area, as well as one of the highest innovation capacities worldwide,” the company said.

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