January 26, 2014
ALONG THE ANGLOSPHERE:
Breaking barriers: The Indo-Israeli cybersecurity alliance (Vishal D. Dharmadhikari, 1/26/14, Times of Israel)
Cybersecurity can progressively stand out as economic and political cornerstones of a vital partnership between two natural allies; Israel and India. Israeli cybersecurity firms, ranging from major product-based companies to start-ups, have focused primarily on markets in North America and Europe. However, in January 1992, Israel acquired diplomatic partnerships with a major Asian giant that considerably influences the present-day international system: India.22 years since this accomplishment, Israeli cybersecurity vendors have increasingly looked at the Indian market's tremendous potential for economic rewards, and this gradually accentuates cybersecurity as an element of the ever-growing Indo-Israeli alliance. The United States, Canada, and major European countries undeniably provide a vast market for Israeli cybersecurity firms to grow at an exponential rate. However, monumental growth of the Indian cyberspace gives Israeli cybersecurity firms with cutting edge technologies the chance to partner with Indian cybersecurity companies.
Posted by Orrin Judd at January 26, 2014 7:12 AM