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Israeli Innovation Sets The Bar

I’ve always found that some of the freshest thinking about security comes out of Israel.  I suppose that seems obvious.  After all, security is a part of the fabric of daily life in that little country.  But Israeli innovation also promotes other innovators around the world.

Organizations throughout the world, and to a great extent the US national infrastructure, would not survive for long without the continued technological innovation of Israel. Israel’s technologies have a dual influence of first being superior innovations, meeting the newest technical threats with the most elegant and creative technical solutions. But also, Israel’s innovators set the bar very high for other technologist around the world. In other words, the products coming from Sweden, Germany, the UK, Asia and North America are all the better because of the example set by Israel.

Investors should continue aggressively to support Israeli innovation; Israeli vendors should continue seeking creative solutions; and companies and governments should continue buying the products. This cycle, or balance, ensures that technical innovation around the world remains high, and that we remain well prepared for the newest attacks.

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  1. Skydriver
    February 20, 2007 at 12:36 pm

    From israeli guy

  2. February 20, 2007 at 2:33 pm

    wow …. you make us blush … I believe you will find plenty of innovation this year at ISC West .. you are welcome to see ours at BOOTH #26095

  3. February 21, 2007 at 11:13 am

    Thanks for this great post. BTW we met few years back when you spoke for our Security Showcase. This year CICC will host the Israel Pavilion at Software 2007 in Siliocn Valley. with some innovation on the security side.

  4. Neal Schleimer
    February 21, 2007 at 2:10 pm

    I agree with your comments about Israeli innovation. I have now worked for 2 Israeli companies (currently with Magal Senstar) and found that security systems developed in Israel have more “real world” development experience than those typically found else where.

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