Landmark UK-Israeli agreement to boost mutual cybersecurity development, tackle shared threats

The UK and Israeli governments have signed a landmark agreement to define bilateral relations between the two countries and boost mutual cybersecurity advancement until 2030. The 2030 Roadmap for Israel-UK Bilateral Relations is the culmination of efforts that began with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding in November 2021 to work more closely over the next decade on security, technology, trade, and defense.

The Roadmap seeks to ensure the partnership remains modern and continues to evolve to address shared challenges, promising ongoing cooperation in tackling cyberthreats, governing global cyberspace, developing cybersecurity skills, and investing in the shared cybersecurity ecosystem. New multi-million-pound programs announced in the Roadmap, including joint commitments in areas such as technology, innovation, research and development in national security aim to enable both countries to remain at the forefront of the technological revolution.

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