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BGU Announces Cybertech Summer Program

BGU Announces Cybertech Summer Program

January 25, 2016

Homeland & Cyber Security

The Jewish Press — Ben-Gurion University will launch a cybertech program for international students this summer focusing on data mining and business intelligence.

BGU President Prof. Rivka Carmi described the curriculum in her opening remarks at the 2016 CyberTech conference in Tel Aviv. BGU was the academic sponsor of this event for the third year in a row.


BGU President Prof. Rivka Carmi delivers her remarks at the CyberTech 2016 conference in Tel Aviv

“The summer program in data mining and business intelligence is designed to meet the need for academic training in these fields,” says Prof. Carmi.

The program offers two academic courses where students learn the basic tools of data mining and the use of machine learning techniques for cyber security. It also includes a mandatory internship at BGU’s Cyber Security Research Center.

In addition, students will take part in professional field trips to leading companies to gain practical experience and enhance their understanding in the field.

“The world is increasingly turning to Israel for cyber security, and within Israel, BGU is leading Beer-Sheva to become a major national and international center,” says Prof. Carmi.

Read more on The Jewish Press website >>

View a video of BGU President Prof. Rivka Carmi’s speech at CyberTech 2016 >>

View a video of Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaking at CyberTech 2016 about Beer-Sheva and BGU >>