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Did Iran Really Try to Poison Israeli Civilians and How is the Israeli Military Reducing Pollutant Emissions?

Did Iran Really Try to Poison Israeli Civilians and How is the Israeli Military Reducing Pollutant Emissions?

CTech Daily Roundup: According to the Financial Times, the cyberattack could have triggered fail-safes that would have left tens of thousands of civilians parched in the middle of a heatwave

CTech | 22:28  01.06.2020

Report: Iranian cyberattack aimed to poison Israelis by upping water chlorine levels. According to the Financial Times, the cyberattack could have triggered fail-safes that would have left tens of thousands of civilians parched in the middle of a heatwave. Read more

 

Interview | After containing Covid-19, South Korea primed for Israeli innovation. Israel's economic attache to Seoul says the country is well placed to make a quick recovery and provide an outlet for Israeli tech. Read more

A desalination facility. Photo: Amit Shaal A desalination facility. Photo: Amit Shaal A desalination facility. Photo: Amit Shaal

Israeli tech to help Indian hospitals diagnose coronavirus. Zebra-Med’s software offers a faster alternative for detection of Covid-19 when PCR testing is unavailable or delayed. Read more

 

Israeli military outpost pilots energy-saving solution for heating shower water. The heat recovery from the existing generators allows hot water to be supplied without the burning of additional fuels. It saves about 36,000 liters of diesel fuel per year, and reduces pollutant emissions of about 112 tons of carbon dioxide a year. Read more

Opinion | Pandemic planning: Finance and IT must align to maintain business continuity. Three things companies can do to ensure Finance and IT are on the same page. Read more 

Covid-19 is driving the used car market online. Companies like VRoom and Caravana have used the virus-imposed downtime to entrench their position. Read more

Group 11 joins Papaya Global as a strategic investor. “In spite of the world crisis, Papaya has maintained its exceptional growth,” says Group 11’s Dovi Frances. Read more

Teddy Sagi increases holdings in online privacy company Kape by buying options from managers. Key team members sell £13.3 million in stock after taking the company from $40 million to $400 million market cap. Read more

We need to protect ourselves against ‘cyber pandemic’ says Check Point CEO. Check Point founder and CEO Gil Shwed cautions about new reality and access for hackers as part of ‘The New Tomorrow’ online summit, co-hosted by the Israeli-American Council and the Peres Center for Peace and Innovation, which kicked off Sunday evening headlined by Shwed and entrepreneur Dan Ariely. Read more 

Four baby startups that prove crisis can also serve as an opportunity. With many companies shutting down or cutting back on staff, Calclaist spoke to four entrepreneurs who decided to start a new business amid Covid-19. Read more
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