May 18th, 2020Newsletter: Cyber Threats amidst the COVID-19 outbreak (March 2020) The worldwide spread of the Coronavirus has induced a significant increase in cyber attacks as hackers target remote workers through phishing attacks and disinformation campaigns on social media.
May 18th, 2020Newsletter: Cyber Threats Amidst the COVID-19 Outbreak (April 2020) The spread of the Coronavirus has been accompanied by a further increase in cyber attacks against remote workers, government agencies, as well as national and international medical facilities. As the threats evolved, more warnings were issued by intelligence, national security and law enforcement agencies.
Nov 4th, 2019"Digital Society Conference 2019: Sheep, Wolf, or Shepherd? Europe’s Role Our partnership with Digital Society Institute, ESMT Berlin, continues.
Jul 30th, 2019Call for Research Proposals 2019 The Blavatnik ICRC solicits challenge-focused research proposals in a broadest range of cybersecurity topics, accepting applications from any academic discipline.
Jul 30th, 2019Power Women - Prof. Yael Hanein Interview with Prof. Yael Hanein, ranked #20 in the Power Women list by Forbes
Jul 30th, 2019Interview With Lior Tabansky – Tel Aviv University Interview with Dr. Lior Tabansky, head of research development, Blavatnik Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center, Tel Aviv University, on his take of solutions from law or technology.
May 5th, 2019What will life look like in 2030?
From surgery to household tasks, humanity is about to see its daily life transformed. Prof. Irad Ben-Gal is planning for the biggest “unknowns” of our future.
Apr 11th, 2019Caught Between Giants: How Will Israel Navigate the U.S.-China Tech Cold War? Blavatnik ICRC researcher Omree Weschsler publishes on the Council on Foreign Relations's blog.
Apr 11th, 2019"Strategic trends in the global cyber conflict" a new article by Blavatnik ICRC researchers Gil Baram, Daniel Cohen, Zeev Shapira, Omree Wechsler, Nir Hight and Prof. Isaac Ben-Israel publish new findings.
Apr 11th, 2019Is Facebook usage bad for mental health? Blavatnik ICRC researchers Nurit Sternberg, Roy Luria, and Gal Sheppes publish new findings.