CyberLunch is a quarterly, informal lunchtime gathering of cyber experts, students, professors, entrepreneurs, and government leaders. Participants come to speak and hear about cutting-edge developments in Israeli and international cyberspace. The goal is threefold: to exchange information, opinions and updates about these developments; to gain feedback regarding works-in-progress; and to build a long-term professional network.
Each CyberLunch session focuses on a specific cyber issue that is briefly presented by an expert guest (20 minutes), then a discussion and a round-the-table of participants who are interested in sharing views. The forum operates according to Chatham House rules.
The Hebrew University Cyber Research Center hosts a light lunch for participants.
We convene between 12:30-13:30 in Room 365 of the Law Faculty.
18/11/18 – Mr. Iddo Moed, Cybersecurity Coordinator of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
"Israel's Cyberdiplomacy: Key Issues for 2019". Please Register Here
- 06/01/19 – Mr. Asaf Lubin. "Private Insurers as Regulators of Data Protection and Cybersecurity Practices". Please Register Here
- 10/03/19 – "Promoting Cybersecurity in Israel's Banking Sector".
- 05/05/19 – Dr. Deganit Paikowsky, Assessment Department, Strategy and Capacity Building Division, National Cyber Directorate. "Israel's Developing Cyber Strategy: Current Aspects". Please Register Here
המפגשים ייערכו בחדר 365 בפקולטה למשפטים בהר הצופים, בין 12:30 ל- 13:30 בתאריכים המופיעים לעיל.