Albania’s Prime Minister Edi Rama is set to meet with Israeli cyber chief Yossi Cohen this week in an effort to address the country’s involvement in a recent cyber-attack on Israel. The attackers reportedly accessed some of Israel’s sensitive information, including military and diplomatic secrets. Cohen has previously said that Israel will respond militarily if necessary against those responsible for the attacks.
Albania’s Prime Minister Edi Rama will meet Israeli Cyber Chief Amos Harel in Jerusalem on Wednesday to discuss the recent hack of Israeli state institutions, Albanian media reports
Albania’s Prime Minister Edi Rama will meet Israeli Cyber Chief Amos Harel in Jerusalem on Wednesday to discuss the recent hack of Israeli state institutions, Albanian media reports say. The meeting comes days after Rama condemned Iran for its “cyber aggression” against Israel.
Israeli officials have blamed Iran for the attack, which has caused widespread embarrassment and damage to Israeli entities
Israeli officials have blamed Iran for the attack, which has caused widespread embarrassment and damage to Israeli entities.
Israel has reportedly accused Iran of carrying out the attack in order to further its regional ambitions. The Iranian government has denied any involvement, but experts say that Tehran is likely behind the hack. It is the latest in a series of attacks against Israeli organizations, including an assault on a Jewish community center in Belgium last year.
The attack has raised concern among Israel’s allies in Europe and elsewhere. The hack could further damage those ties and raise questions about Israel’s security posture.
The meeting comes as Albania looks to bolster its cybersecurity capabilities in light of recent threats from Tehran.
A meeting between the Prime Minister of Albania and the head of Israel’s National Cyber Bureau.
Albania’s Prime Minister Edi Rama is set to meet with the head of Israel’s National Cyber Bureau, Natan Eshel, to discuss the recent Iran hack. The meeting follows a number of cyber-attacks against Israeli targets in recent months. Rama said that the two countries will “discuss ways to thwart such attempts in advance and protect our citizens’ privacy.”
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is to visit Albania for the first time in an attempt to calm tensions between the two countries over an alleged Iranian cyber-attack that last week rocked the nation
The Israeli leader is scheduled to meet with Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama on Wednesday in order to discuss the attack, which has left many Albanians feeling insecure and scared about their digital safety.
Netanyahu will hope his trip can ease these tensions and help build stronger links between the two countries.
Prime Minister of Albania will meet with Israeli cyber chief as response to Iranian hack
The prime minister of Albania, Edi Rama, will meet with Israeli cyber chief Amit Yair on July 21 in response to the Iranian hack.
Prime Minister Edi Rama to meet cyber chief of Israel
On Sunday, September 3, Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama will meet with Israeli cyber chief Elad Bar-Lev to discuss the recent Iranian hacks. The meeting comes in response to the Iranian penetration of several Israeli ministries and agencies, including the Defense Ministry.
Iran has vehemently denied any involvement in the chemical attacks and called for a joint investigation into their origins.
Albania is a close ally of Israel and has provided military assistance in the past.
Albania’s capital, Tirana, will meet with Israeli cyber Chief Yossi Cohen on Tuesday in an effort to improve bilateral ties following allegations of a cyber-attack by Iran targeting Israeli targets.