CyberWeek Conference logoJune 26, 2017 | “Israeli is under three to five cyber-attacks at any given moment,” Prime Minister Benjamin Natanyahu said today at the CyberWeek Conference, held at Tel Aviv University. Despite Israel’s leading position in cyber-security, “it’s a constant challenge,” he said. “As we enter the world of Internet of Things, the need for cyber-security is growing exponentially,” Netanyahu said. “This is a problem for all governments.” In Israel, “our national cyber-security center not only responds to attacks, but also prevents them.” With 600-700 cyber-security startups, “it’s a great advantage for a company today to be Israeli,” he said. “A few years ago, I decided to establish Israel as one of the leading cyber countries in the world, and by all accounts, we’re there.”