gtag('consent', 'update', { 'ad_storage': 'granted' });
top of page


The battle in Israel to create an unhackable phone and how politicians and intelligence agencies are using IntactPhone 



Financial Times’ Mehul Srivastava writes about making entrepreneurship bets — "one on a company that claims it can hack any smartphone in the world and the other on a company that went on to develop a smartphone that is nearly unhackable"…

"Today, those two companies, whose offices are less than hour’s drive apart in Israel’s northern tech corridor, are leading forces in the shadowy battle between surveillance and privacy".

“If this is an arms race, think of this technology like the Force in Star Wars,” said a cyber technology dealer, who has sold both offensive and defensive cybertechnology to governments. “If companies like NSO are the Dark Side of the Force, then people like CommuniTake are the Jedis.”…




bottom of page