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Cyber industry’s elite to come together for Cybertech Global 2023

The largest cyber gathering outside the US will include an unprecedented number of participants from the top tier of the cyber world

Photo: Cybertech
Photo: Cybertech

The elite of the local and global cyber industry will come together at Cybertech Global, the largest cyber gathering outside the US, and the second largest internationally, which will include an unprecedented 18,000 participants from around the world.

Among the conference’s top speakers and participants will be government executives, including Minister of the Economy, Nir Barkat (who is also one of the founders of Check Point; Director General of the Israel National Cyber Directorate (INCD), Gaby Portnoy; senior executives of major companies from Israel and around the world; unicorn entrepreneurs; hundreds of startups; hundreds of investors – including some of the world’s most prominent ETFs; and hundreds of CISOs from large international organizations and governments.

Leading speakers will include representatives of Cisco, IBM, Mandiant (owned by Google), as well as the founders of dozens of well-established companies such as Check Point and CyberArk, and of top unicorns including NoName, Synk, Orca Security, Pentera and others.

One of the highlights of this year’s conference will be a first-of-its-kind open discussion between governmental cyber executives from Israel, the US, the UAE, Morocco and Bahrein, who will all share the same stage.

The conference will feature lectures and talks of government officials as well as local and global cyber executives, and panels on various topics: entrepreneurship and investments in cyber in light of the global recession and high-tech crisis; the wars of the future against the backdrop of cyber warfare’s constant growth; fake news and AI in cyber; global cyber wars; automotive industry cybersecurity; and additional, professional sessions pertaining to cyber in smart transportation, health, aviation, fintech and more.

“The unprecedented number of participants is also expected to reflect the massive growth in cyber since January 2020, said Cybertech founder, Amir Rapaport.

“The transformations that have taken place in the cyber arena – the change in the balance of powers between states and giant corporations, a growing involvement of cyber in present and future wars, a series of powerful attacks that are already disrupting world order, and Israel’s unique position in the midst of this all – will be reflected in the conference.”

Cybertech Global 2023 is held under the auspices of the Israel National Cyber Directorate at the Prime Minister’s Office, the Israeli Ministry of Economy and the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

*Cybertech Global 2023 will take place between January 31st and February 1st, 2023, at Expo Tel Aviv. For additional information and registration, please visit the official website at

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