Brig. Gen. Hakim: challenges in cyber growing pains, we take them seriously.

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Lotem unit commander in teleprocessing, Brig. Gen. Ayala Hakim, referred to the challenges of the Cyber dimension in dealing with computer service Directorate. “The threats change all
Time and need new solutions, “said

תאריך: 11/12/2012, 16:42    
מחבר: דנה פטרוב, אתר צה”ל

“Cyber threat is not passing tech trend, but a serious problem.”
So stated yesterday (Monday) at unit headquarters Lotem teleprocessing, Brig. Gen. Ayala Hakim.
She said that “the Cyber dimension changes introduced will accompany us on. The risks and their own rate. Israel scholar to understand that require deep changes and save the responsibility for this field of computer service Directorate.

The comments were made in a discussion “Cyber challenges at the national level”, which took place yesterday at the Globes Business Conference The discussion was attended by the squad Commander MA in computer service Directorate General
Ayala Hakim, head of the national cyber Dr. Eviatar Avinash, Chief Scientist and father of cyberspace officials in industry and academia.

The remarks highlighted the operations of Brig. Gen. Hakim teleprocessing in cyber defense and his contribution to the development of manpower in front of cyber systems. “The us in ICT that we touch many layers in order to reach a solution which apparently never reached 100 percent,” explained Brig. Gen. Hakim, “you can’t be ready because cyber threats change constantly and need new solutions. Modify protection concepts. today it’s firewall is long not enough to protect your computer. There is also a need to develop manpower has different skills than in previous generations, and therefore we make an effort to locate the correct olds school yet. To Israel has the ability and has the obligation to get to the lead Sabre. “

The emphasis on the economic potential in the field of cyber security, which rolls about 100 billion dollars a year.  In addition, condemned the need for infrastructure technologies, human capital development and cooperation between military, industry and academia.

Translated from Hebrew