Researchers at Tel Aviv University developed a method to assess the financial impact of cyber incidents and found that implementing stronger security controls could save Israel billions of dollars per year.

Prof. Gidi Rechavi and Prof. Galia Rahav, both world-renowned scientific experts in their fields, were recently presented with prestigious awards in Israel.

Project 265 is being carried out in cooperation with the Ministry of Interior, with input from the Jezreel Valley and the Digital Israel Headquarters at the Office for Social Equality.

Click on the photo to read more about the research, proposing a more secure way to predict and mitigate speculative execution attacks.

Click on the photo to listen to Tel Aviv University and the ICRC's very own Dr. Lior Tabansky talk about the importance of research innovation systems such as the tech clusters in Sillicon Valley and Cambridge Science Park.

Click on the photo to listen to Tel Aviv University's Dr. Yuval Shavit's personal recount on Episode 141 of the podcast, Malicious Life.

New realities in the structure of the cybersecurity industry are developing. Click on the photo to read more about cybersecurity's new clustering dynamic.

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The new article by C. Demchak and Y. Shavitt "China’s Maxim – Leave No Access Point Unexploited: The Hidden Story of China Telecom’s BGP Hijacking" - is making a global impact.

The July 2018 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) ruling to reject Bitcoin Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) is based upon the findings of TAU Blavatnik ICRC Prof. Neil Gandal and partners. 

Results of Tabansky's and colleagues' study on emulation of Israeli national cyber ecosystem in Poland.

Eran Tomer and his colleagues, Roei Schuster and Vitaly Shmatikov, discovered an information leak in the MPEG-DASH streaming video standard.

Prof. Neil Gandal, JT Hamrick, Tyler Moore, and Tali Oberman  "Shocks to and Security in the Bitcoin Ecosystem: An Interdisciplinary Approach".

Prof. N. Gandal, T. Moore, and partners uncover how a single actor likely drove the USD/BTC exchange rate from $150 to $1000 in 2 months. The results were published in the Journal of Monetary Economics and the Journal of Cybersecurity

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