Israel embarrassed by NSO affairs

DECRYPTION – The sales revealed by Project Pegasus have been validated by a commission headed by the Hebrew State Ministry of Defense.

Correspondent in Jerusalem

The medal has its reverse. World champion in cybersecurity and spyware, Israel is in dire straits. The revelations about NSO’s overseas performance tarnish the image of the Hebrew state and put it in the dock. The sales revealed by the Pegasus project have in fact been validated by a commission headed by the Ministry of Defense with which the Mossad, the external intelligence services, is associated. The process of evaluating acquiring countries is considered a “state secret”.

A private company created by Israelis and then sold like many start-ups to an American fund, NSO employs several hundred employees, of whom around 200 are ex-members of elite army intelligence units. After their military service, they retrained in the private sector where they deploy their talents.

The Prime Minister, Naftali Bennett, himself came from this universe. He has made a fortune in cybersecurity

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