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Need to Know Israel hopes for ASU role in Be’ersheva

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Posted: Wednesday, February 5, 2014 10:00 am

During a goodwill visit to the Valley on Jan. 30, Los Angeles-based Israeli Consul General David Siegel told members of the Hispanic Caucus of the Arizona State Legislature about hopes that Arizona State University would sign onto a partnership in Be’ersheva, which is to become the center of Israel’s cybersecurity program. 

After the caucus briefing, arranged by the Arizona regional office of the Anti-Defamation League, we asked the consul general to elaborate on the partnership and Israel’s plans for the cybersecurity hub in the underdeveloped Negev Desert. (To read a complete transcript of this interview, which also discussed the overall security situation in the Middle East, click here.)

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