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Cybertech Global 2022 is back in Tel Aviv

One of the most prominent cyber events in the world is back after a two-year forced hiatus due to the Coronavirus pandemic



Cybertech Global Tel Aviv 2020. Photo by Gilad Kavalerchik
Cybertech Global Tel Aviv 2020. Photo by Gilad Kavalerchik



Cybertech Global, the world’s largest cyber conference outside the US, is back in Tel Aviv following a two-year forced hiatus due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Established in Tel Aviv 8 years ago, the event will take place over three full days and include an exhibition as well as a conference with various sessions pertaining to the hottest topics in cyber:


· AI and ML

· IoT

· Critical infrastructure protection

· Intelligence

· Cyber in the service of medicine, maritime transport and civilian aviation

· Ransomware attacks

· Innovation and technology

· And so much more…


This year, Cybertech Global TLV will include a first of its kind event featuring the Israel Security Authority (ISA, or Shin Bet), which will discuss the ways the intelligence organization contributes to the development of an innovative ecosystem and the acceleration of start-up companies.


Another first-time event will be devoted to the need of human capital diversification in the hi-tech industry, placing on emphasis on women, the Arab population, and the ultra-orthodox sector. This unique event will feature top members of the industry, which is suffering from a crippling lack of human resources.


Photo by Gilad Kavalerchik
Photo by Gilad Kavalerchik


Cybertech Global Tel Aviv was first held in 2014, and is considered one of the most important events in the cyber world. In January 2020, just before the Coronavirus pandemic erupted, the event drew some 20 thousand visitors from Israel as well as 80 other countries around the world.


In addition to the conference, Cybertech Global Tel Aviv will also include a large-scale exhibition. Tech giants and other well-established, as well as dozens of start-up companies from around the world, will present their most innovative technologies side-by-side.


Serial entrepreneur Dr. Yossi Vardi will head the event, that will also be attended by government representatives, delegates, ambassadors and defense industry cyber experts from around the world.



Cybertech Global Tel Aviv 2020. Photo by Shavit Wallish
Cybertech Global Tel Aviv 2020. Photo by Shavit Wallish


Journalist and entrepreneur Amir Rapaport, Cybertech Founder & CEO: “The world idolizes Israeli cyber, and this is one of the main reasons of the Cybertech events’ continuous success around the globe.


"Cybertech’s success is yet another testimony of the blossoming Israeli cyber, which according to Israel National Cyber Directorate data attracts approximately 40% of global investment in this realm.


“In the two years since the last Cybertech event in Tel Aviv, the industry has nearly doubled itself and hundreds of new companies were born. We are looking forward to this gathering together with the entire community.”



PM Benjamin Netanyahu speaking at Cybertech Global TLV 2020. Photo by Shavit Wallish
PM Benjamin Netanyahu speaking at Cybertech Global TLV 2020. Photo by Shavit Wallish


Rapaport recently published the book Cybermania, which discusses the wonder of the Israeli cyber industry. The book was co-authored by Prof. Eviatar Matania, founder of the Israel National Cyber Directorate (INSD).


Cybertech Global Tel Aviv is organized under the auspices of the INSD, the Ministries of Economy and Foreign Affairs, and with the participation of the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality and various foreign embassies in Israel.


For more details, please visit the official Cybertech Global TLV website.

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