National Cyber Security Organisation: ISRAEL

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The NATO CCD COE series of reports on national organisational models for ensuring cyber security summarise national cyber security strategy objectives and outline the division of cyber security tasks and responsibilities between agencies. In particular, the reports give an overview of the mandate, tasks and competences of the relevant organisations and the coordination between them. The scope of the reports encompasses the mandates of political and strategic cyber security governance; national cyber incident management coordination; military cyber defence; and cyber aspects of crisis prevention and crisis management.

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1. DIGITAL SOCIETY CONTEXT IN THE STATE OF ISRAEL
1.1. INTERNET INFRASTRUCTURE AVAILABILITY AND TAKE-UP 
1.2. AVAILABILITY AND USE OF E-GOVERNMENT AND E-COMMERCE 
2. STRATEGIC NATIONAL CYBER SECURITY OBJECTIVES 
2.1. NATIONAL CYBER SECURITY FOUNDATION AND OBJECTIVES
2.2. NATIONAL LAWS AND DIRECTIVES
2.3. OTHER NATIONAL CYBER SECURITY INITIATIVES
2.3.1. Regulation of cyber security professions
2.3.2. International engagement
3. NATIONAL ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE FOR CYBER SECURITY AND CYBER DEFENCE IN ISRAEL
3.1. POLITICAL AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT AND NATIONAL CYBER SECURITY COORDINATION 
3.2. CYBER INCIDENT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION
3.2.1. CERT-IL 
3.2.2. Police
3.3. CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION
3.3.1. Emergency preparedness and crisis management
.3.4 MILITARY CYBER DEFENCE AND CYBER INTELLIGENCE 
3.5. PRIVATE SECTOR INVOLVEMENT AND COOPERATION BETWEEN ACADEMIA AND THE BUSINESS SECTOR
3.5.1. Private sector 
3.5.2. Academia 
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2017
Date of Document: 
Sunday, January 1, 2017
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NATO
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English

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