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CyberArk Inaugurates New R&D Center in Beer-Sheva

CyberArk Inaugurates New R&D Center in Beer-Sheva

June 3, 2021 - Summarized from Jewish News Syndicate

Homeland & Cyber Security, Negev Development & Community Programs

Jewish News Syndicate – The Israeli cyber company, CyberArk, inaugurated a new R&D center in Beer-Sheva at the Gav-Yam Negev Tech Park near Israel Defense Forces’ new C4I Corps Park and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU).

Other tenants in the burgeoning high-tech park include Israel’s cyber campus, the National Cyber Directorate’s CERT center, and more than 70 development centers and startups.

DNA Bridge at Gav-Yam Tech Park

A covered walkway connects Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) with the Gav-Yam Negev Advanced Technology Park in Beer-Sheva.

Chen Bitan, general manager of CyberArk Israel and the company’s chief product officer, said “the new center at the capital of Israel’s south is advantageous and valuable for us. We welcome the opportunity to join the construction of this ecosystem of government agencies, academia and industry in the capital of the Negev, reinforcing the Israeli high-tech industry and branding Beer-Sheva as a global cyber center.”

Doug Seserman, chief executive officer, Americans for Ben-Gurion University, noted that “BGU is at the center of Israel’s cyber innovation ecosystem, where the United States and many of the world’s largest companies are establishing facilities and partnerships to leverage our capabilities.”

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