Inside Israel's cybersecurity efforts

Criminal hackers make up the majority of the cyberattacks on Israeli civilian life. “We know everyone, who’s behind it, and we remember, and we can get even,” Director General of the Israel National Cyber Directorate, Yigal Unna, tells CNN’s Hadas Gold.

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