Israel and the United States sign a cyber-financial agreement and strengthen their economic cooperation

Israel and the United States have signed the first cyber-financial cooperation agreement, Israel’s Finance Ministry said in a statement.

The agreement, signed by the Israeli ministry and the US Treasury Department, will help strengthen the long-standing relationship and cooperation between the two countries, the statement quoted by the Xinhua news agency said.

The agreement includes the sharing of financial cyber-information, such as cybersecurity, threats and working methodologies to strengthen the resilience of financial systems.

The two countries also agree to conduct joint cross-border cyber-financial exercises, with the first exercise expected to take place later this year, the statement said.



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