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Technology / Cyber

In its Global Risks Report for 2016, the World Economic Forum states that one of the most serious global risks facing the world today is the risk of cyber attacks. 

The fact that a cyber attack can disable vital systems at local and global levels has made the cyber sector (both offensive and defensive) one of the hottest industry of the decade. Technological developments and the global shift towards digital management increases the chance of cyber attacks on organizations and countries. 

 

The leading global players in the cyber-security sector include the United States, Israel, China and Russia. The Israeli cyber-security industry is the second largest in the world, after the United States, with more than 400 active Israeli cyber companies, some specializing in offensive capabilities, others in defensive capabilities.

 

Barnea & Co.’s technology department has been providing business and legal counseling in the cyber sector for more than a decade, as well as ongoing legal assistance in relation to all cyber-related hardships facing companies and organizations.

 

Barnea & Co.’s comprehensive advisory services to companies include guiding them through the processes of formulating their basic legal framework, mapping risks and building policies and rules for contending with these risks.

 

When cyber companies face crises, our firm provides an immediate response and comprehensive legal support, including thwarting of the crisis on its get go and managing the entire process until a solution is reached. Our firm also provides the support needed in order to resolve the associated legal aspects, to analyze the crisis, draw conclusions and prepare for any future potential crisis.

 

The cyber industry is, by nature, a global industry. As a law firm with expertise in providing ongoing legal counsel to companies whose operations are characterized by international aspects and close cooperation with international cyber companies, Barnea & Co. (with its worldwide affiliations) also places emphasis on handling cyber aspects beyond the borders of the State of Israel.

 

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News and updates - Technology / Cyber:


September 4, 2017

Government Approves National Policy for Safe Identification

Israel's government recently set forth a decision approving the key points of a national “safe identification” policy. The purpose of this policy is to define how a person’s identity is to be verified when receiving government services in a digital mode, in order to improve the services being provided to residents, and to simplify the access to these services.

February 14, 2017

Draft Guide to Cyber Threat Information Sharing

The Antitrust Authority published for public comments a new guidelines draft on the subject of information-sharing between competitors for the purpose of contending with cyber threats.

January 30, 2017

Roundtable with VC's Investing in Cyber Security

Barnea & Co. will host today, together with Israel-America Chamber of Commerce and the BIRD Foundation,  a roundtable meeting with Mr. Kevin Stine, Chief of Applied Cybersecurity Division at NIST (The National Institute of Standards and Technology), an agency of the US Department of Commerce. The roundtable will include senior managers of Israeli VC’s community and Cyber Security startups.  

Technology / Cyber

In its Global Risks Report for 2016, the World Economic Forum states that one of the most serious global risks facing the world today is the risk of cyber attacks. 

The fact that a cyber attack can disable vital systems at local and global levels has made the cyber sector (both offensive and defensive) one of the hottest industry of the decade. Technological developments and the global shift towards digital management increases the chance of cyber attacks on organizations and countries. 

 

The leading global players in the cyber-security sector include the United States, Israel, China and Russia. The Israeli cyber-security industry is the second largest in the world, after the United States, with more than 400 active Israeli cyber companies, some specializing in offensive capabilities, others in defensive capabilities.

 

Barnea & Co.’s technology department has been providing business and legal counseling in the cyber sector for more than a decade, as well as ongoing legal assistance in relation to all cyber-related hardships facing companies and organizations.

 

Barnea & Co.’s comprehensive advisory services to companies include guiding them through the processes of formulating their basic legal framework, mapping risks and building policies and rules for contending with these risks.

 

When cyber companies face crises, our firm provides an immediate response and comprehensive legal support, including thwarting of the crisis on its get go and managing the entire process until a solution is reached. Our firm also provides the support needed in order to resolve the associated legal aspects, to analyze the crisis, draw conclusions and prepare for any future potential crisis.

 

The cyber industry is, by nature, a global industry. As a law firm with expertise in providing ongoing legal counsel to companies whose operations are characterized by international aspects and close cooperation with international cyber companies, Barnea & Co. (with its worldwide affiliations) also places emphasis on handling cyber aspects beyond the borders of the State of Israel.

 

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News and updates - Technology:


September 4, 2017

Government Approves National Policy for Safe Identification

Israel's government recently set forth a decision approving the key points of a national “safe identification” policy. The purpose of this policy is to define how a person’s identity is to be verified when receiving government services in a digital mode, in order to improve the services being provided to residents, and to simplify the access to these services.

February 14, 2017

Draft Guide to Cyber Threat Information Sharing

The Antitrust Authority published for public comments a new guidelines draft on the subject of information-sharing between competitors for the purpose of contending with cyber threats.

January 30, 2017

Roundtable with VC's Investing in Cyber Security

Barnea & Co. will host today, together with Israel-America Chamber of Commerce and the BIRD Foundation,  a roundtable meeting with Mr. Kevin Stine, Chief of Applied Cybersecurity Division at NIST (The National Institute of Standards and Technology), an agency of the US Department of Commerce. The roundtable will include senior managers of Israeli VC’s community and Cyber Security startups.  

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