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Israel-US sign cybersecurity agreement

Adamant to increase bilateral and international cooperation against cyber ransom and other cyberthreats, Israel and the United States signed Aug. 23 a memorandum of understanding to that effect.
Israeli and American representatives sign the memorandum of understanding on cybersecurity cooperation, Jerusalem, Aug. 23, 2022.

Israel and the United States signed Aug. 23 the first agreement for cyber-financial cooperation. An announcement by Israel’s Finance Ministry said the memorandum of understanding, signed with the US Department of Treasury, will contribute to strengthening the long-standing relationship and cooperation between the two countries, establishing a bilateral partnership to protect critical financial infrastructure and emerging technologies.

Reportedly, the new agreement includes three main domains of cooperation.

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