By LISA GALETTEMAN / Staff ReporterThe IDF’s military Internet operation has become more complex, and its operation is more extensive.
Netanyahu, for his part, has begun to emphasize the importance of a more balanced approach to the war on terror.
In his interview with the AP, he said the IDF’s new plan for dealing with cyberattacks is to build the cyberdefense infrastructure.
Netanel has been working on such a strategy for years, and the IDF has begun using its new technology to improve the coordination of its cyber operations.
The IDF has also begun developing new methods to protect against a future attack, and in the process, has also deployed the technology to its own networks.
In addition, the IDF is also building an information system for the civilian sector that will be able to better handle such attacks.
The new information system, dubbed the “networking platform,” is slated to be ready in a few months.
It will be used to monitor, assess and respond to cyberattacks, and it will be built to be easy to use by any company with a network.
Israel’s cyber operations have also been criticized by many quarters.
Israel has a long history of fighting cyberattacks.
In 2005, a series of cyberattacks were reported against Israeli companies, and Israeli defense officials blamed the attackers for disrupting their systems.
In the summer of 2011, a group of hackers broke into the IDF cyber defense system, causing major disruptions to the country’s military and defense industry.
And in the last few years, Israeli officials have criticized cyberattacks from North Korea, China and Russia.
But the latest cyberattacks have also caused a lot of confusion.
Many people in Israel have assumed that a recent cyberattack on a military organization meant that Israel was attacked by North Korea.
However, it turned out that the attack was the work of a group within the IDF called “Netanels Cyber Army,” and they were actually the ones who attacked the country.
Israel says it is still investigating the cyberattacks and has launched a massive investigation into the matter.
However, some experts believe that this is not the case.
“The IDF is trying to keep the cyber army secret and they are hiding the truth behind the curtain,” said Avi Ziv, a cyber security expert at Tel Aviv University.
“They are trying to hide that the cyber soldiers are working on a new kind of warfare.”
“It’s very clear that Israel is not going to be able, and won’t be able for the foreseeable future, to defend itself in cyberspace,” Ziv added.