Israel's cybersecurity industry is expecting a bounce from the ongoing crisis in Syria, which has led to a rise in cyber-aggression directed at targets in the West regarded as critical of the regime of President Bashar Assad. Experts say that despite initial negative fallout in the Israeli financial sector, high-profile attacks by the pro-regime Syrian Electronic Army are likely to lead to a surge in demand for cybersecurity expertise and create an influx of investment in the sector.

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