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Cyber For Government

Governments are required to secure their national assets and infrastructure against foreign and domestic threats, to safeguard the stability of the political system, and to ensure modern services to civilians. Moreover, cybersecurity is a national opportunity for developing the local economy and for positioning the country in the international arena as a secure place for doing business and as a regional cyber hub.

We partner with governments to develop their strategic and operational capabilities in Cyber security, on the national or sectorial  levels. We deliver comprehensive cyber projects that combine Cyb​er Defense, Cyber Intelligence, and development of local Cyber Eco-system, based on the proven model from Israel, and other models). We specialize in establishing Cyber Units and Cyber Centers (SOC & Fusion Center), and in developing Cyber Eco-System and Cyber Strategy.

Cyber Unit


We provide a full solution for Cyber Command and Cyber Department, by establishing cyber units for government entities, as well as upgrading existing units.

Typical Projects

  • National - cyber agency or cyber directorate

  • Central Bank, Financial Authority - financial fraud prevention & cyber policy unit

  • Security & Intelligence - cyber intelligence and investigation unit

  • Police & Law Enforcement - cyber crime prevention & investigation unit
  • Military - cyber command and corps 

  • Critical Infrastructure Operators - cyber protection and policy unit for energy, transportation, telecom, and other sectors

Roles of a Cyber Unit

  • Protecting national/sectorial critical assets 

  • Integrating cyber capabilities (defense, warfare, anti-fraud, investigations...) into organizations' core functionality

  • Monitoring of cyber defenses 

  • Detecting and preventing cyber attacks and breaches 

  • Analyzing cyber threats 

  • Developing local capacity of people and systems

  • Developing regulations, policies, strategy

  • Proactively leading relevant entities to practice cyber policies

Our comprehensive solution includes all required technology and systems, knowledge transfer, development of concepts of operation, strategy, policies, building of local capacity and teams, and extensive training. Below are more details of the main elements of a cyber unit (each can be provided stand-alone as well).

Cyber Centers
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The Cyber Center is the heart of the cyber unit. We provide a full solution for establishing or upgrading centers such as SOC/CERT or Fusion Center:


SOC Roles (varies by needs)

  • Real-time monitoring of cyber attacks

  • Monitoring of cyber defense systems

  • Incident response

  • Intelligence and information sharing

  • Threat hunting, & analysis

  • Digital forensics

Our Typical SOC Projects

  • National SOC / CERT

  • Financial SOC / CERT

  • Energy SOC / CERT

  • Military SOC

  • Police SOC

  • Transportation SOC

  • OT SOC 

We use our advanced C4-SOC Platform and other systems, to enable automated SOC operations, advanced analytics, digital forensics lab, and cyber intelligence, together with extensive knowledge transfer, procedures development, and effective training of SOC analysts and managers. 


  • ​Cyber intelligence gathering and analysis

  • Conducting investigations and operations in the cyber-space, DarkNet, etc.

  • Integrating cyber intelligence and capabilities into legacy intelligence systems

  • Integration of SOC information with intelligence analysis

 Fusion Center Roles 

  (varies by needs)

Our Typical Fusion Projects

  • Cyber fusion center for military intelligence

  • Cyber crime prevention center for police and law enforcement agencies

  • Financial crime and fraud prevention center for police and tax authorities

  • Cyber intelligence center for security and law enforcement agencies

Our cutting edge Cyber Fusion Center Platform enables comprehensive collection of cyber intelligence, as well as integration of existing intelligence and warfare capabilities, and offers advanced management of investigations and intelligence operations, including automation and analytics, digital forensics, and more. We also develop concepts of operations, and provide extensive training to officers and analysts. 

Cyber Eco-System


  • Developing the domestic cyber innovation eco-system is the most effective approach for protecting the national cyberspace in the long term. A thriving local cyber eco-system will adapt organically to the fast evolution of foreign and domestic cyber threats and will provide competitive edge

  • Local cyber eco-system is also a strategic national opportunity for leveraging cybersecurity for economic development. It will offer opportunities for business, investments, employment, career development, research, international cooperation, and more

Our Typical Cyber Eco-System Projects

  • Establishment of cyber innovation centers

  • Establishment of Cyber Academy

  • Development of cyber entrepreneurship

         programs, and cyber incubators

  • Development of cyber strategy, regulations and policies (details below)

  • Provision of national cyber resources (digital forensics lab, simulator, intelligence, etc.)

  • Joint academic research programs in


  • and more

The government plays a key role in developing and guiding the local eco-system, but this national effort must involve many other players:

  • Local businesses

  • Entrepreneurs

  • Multinational companies

  • Local and foreign investors

  • Agencies, ministries, and sector regulators

  • Academic, education and professional institutions

  • General public

Cyber Strategy


Strategy is about priorities. Cyber strategy is about prioritizing strategic and operational cyber activities in order to optimize cyber defense, cyber intelligence, investment in technologies, local capacity building, and allocation of resources and focus. We provide strategic consulting services to government entities that are seeking to advance cybersecurity on the strategic and operational levels.


Our typical scope of strategic consulting projects

  • Knowledge transfer from Israel and other case studies

  • Analyze and define present threats, critical assets, opportunities, vision, goals – national, sectorial, social, economical, business

  • Design systems and processes for situational awareness, command & control, intelligence, regulations and legislation, ecosystem development

  • Define policies, work plans, financial plans and organizational structures for achieving goals

  • Launch a multi-year work plan for implementing the strategy

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