Pardo goes to Abu Dhabi to support Avnon
Tomer Avnon, the chief executive of the Israeli defence and intelligence company Avnon Group, and Aviad Grinfeld met several Gulf [...]
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Two years after the introduction of the Cybersecurity Act, which grants Thai intelligence agents sweeping new powers, Western cyber intelligence firms' local partners are busy but it is Israeli actors that are reaping the most rewards.
The well-connected Chris Fonzone is headed back to US intelligence at a time when a rethink is underway on the legal framework for cyberspace.
Washington's influence over the situation in Yemen has been strengthened with the appointment of an American as head of the UN in Yemen, a move that sends a strong message to Riyadh.
Facing his fourth election in two years next month, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is desperately trying to get another Muslim [...]
Founded shortly before the normalisation of relations between the UAE and Israel on 13 August, the Gulf Business Council (GIBC), [...]
Israeli cyber companies are expected to make a beeline for the UAE thanks to the normalisation of relations between Abu Dhabi and Tel Aviv, giving the UAE's interior ministry scope to set new terms for its biometric border control contract.
While the United Arab Emirates has recently officialised its love-in with Tel Aviv, Qatar is just as keen to avail itself of Israeli private security and intelligence know-how.
The UAE is gradually getting the movements it supports to follow its lead and normalise their relations with Israel. Economic and security interests are behind the rapprochement.
With two weeks to the presidential election to go, US President Trump has played his ace card to get Sudan to recognise Israel. Aware that the stakes go far beyond its borders, the Sudanese leaders remain divided.