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Israel’s Drone Industry Takes Flight
Some drones are killing machines, while others are being used to save lives. Some can carry machine guns on to the battlefield, while others can carry mail and medicine to remote parts of the world.
Cyberspace: Israel’s Next-Generation Battlefield Today
The country is targeted by approximately 1,000 cyber-attacks every minute, posing a major threat to critical infrastructure.
Sudden Swarms - Unmanned Vehicles
Tal Inbar, head of the Space and UAV Centre at the Fisher Institute, spoke to Joe Charlaff about the UAV industry in Israel and how future conflicts with surrounding enemy states might be affected by unmanned systems use.
Faced with securing extensive sites and an evolving threat spectrum, port operators are having to get smarter in their selection and deployment of barriers and sensors.
Inside Israel's secretive intelligence unit
Instant intelligence is critical to Israel’s security, allowing the military or security forces to make swift decisions when it comes to preventing an attack or targeting a terrorist.
The expanding threat of terror financing
This article attempts to expose the different sources of terrorist financing as well as the measures taken to stem the flow of funds to the various groups.
The Traction of Al Qaeda - Homeland Security Today
According to Western intelligence services, Zawahiri and other Al Qaeda operational leaders have been working to recruit Westerners sympathetic to the Al Qaeda cause and ideology to train in Syria then return to their respective countries to establish terror cells.
The changing face of Jihad – Homeland Security Today
Many people are under the mistaken impression that Al Qaeda is a spent force and no longer effective resulting from the elimination of the top cadre of their leaders by American drones. This article shows that nothing could be further from the truth.
Ready for Takeoff - Homeland Security Today
President Obama’s budget calls for $526.6 billion in defense spending, down $3.9 billion from the year before
Securing the State – Jane’s Defence Weekly
Israel’s borders are constantly under threat from its enemies. The article surveys the threats and how they are being dealt with.
The eye of the hurricane
Israel faces significant ongoing terrorist risk from militant groups, but the threat is more manageable in light of new technology that aids surveillance and intelligence groups
Surveillance - Jane’s Homeland Security Review
Surveillance systems are a vital tool for intercepting terrorists and criminals. A comprehensive report on their development.
Airport Security – Jane’s Airport Review
A survey of practices and protocols in some of the world’s prominent airports compared to those at Israel’s Ben Gurion International Airport which has an almost unblemished record.