According to a report by the Financial Times, the Security and Defense Agenda think tank has ranked Israel as one of the three most cyber-secure countries in the world.
The Brussels-based think tank said Israel is on par with Finland and Sweden as having the best internet defenses for websites.
According to the study, though Israeli websites are attacked 1,000 times a minute on the internet, national strategies for cyber-defense are already in place and being successfully implemented.
The study comes in the wake of the recent upsurge in activity on the Arab-Israeli cyber-war front, and the announcement that the Israeli National Cyber Defense Authority was officially launched.
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