Israel develops digital 'Iron Dome' to keep cyberattacks at bay
Israel has come out with a digital Iron Dome to protect the country against cyberattacks.
Washington: Israel has come out with a digital Iron Dome to protect the country against cyberattacks.
According to The Washington Times, Israel Electric Company (IEC) along with developers from mPrest Systems have created the "Information Grid" to protect critical infrastructure from tech-savvy enemies around the globe.
It is reported that IEC's grid continuously keeps tabs on the flow of electricity in specific sections of Israel's power grid and prevents any suspicious activity from spreading.
The report said that the grid deployed by Israel is also capable of checking incoming data and create "what if" scenarios to better prepare for future attacks.