"I would like to point out... that the cyberwarfare field fits well with the state of Israel's defence doctrine," he told the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS), a Tel Aviv University think-tank.
He added: "This is an enterprise that is entirely blue-andwhite (Israeli) and does not rely on foreign assistance or technology. This is a field that is very well-known to young Israelis, in a country that was recently crowned a 'start-up nation'."
Cyberwarfare teams nestle deep within Israel's spy agencies.
The INSS speech is the first time Maj-Gen Yadlin has discussed cyberwarfare in public.
"Cyberspace grants small countries and individuals a power...heretofore the preserve of great states," he said.>>>
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