CyberNation is the source for information on the Israeli Cyber Security industry, famous for its innovation, start-ups and some of best minds in the world. While focusing on local news and events, which are our specialty, we also cover important industry-changing cyber security stories from around the globe, giving CyberNation’s readers a complete view of the market and its leaders.
CyberNation consists of two entwined platforms: CyberNation.co.il – the first ever English news site to cover the Israeli Cyber Security industry on a daily basis, and CyberNationWeekly – a comprehensive newsletter designed to give professional readers a bird’s eye view on one of the most important and ever growing security markets in the world today.
CyberNation is a part of People & Computers – Israel’s biggest IT publication.
About People & Computers
People & Computers have been around since 1981, focusing on computer oriented news and tech journalism. The group publishes a variety of magazines in the field, spearheaded by InformationWorld – the Israeli IT industry’s magazine, and operates quite a few online news sites and IT forums for the benefit of the world-renowned local tech industry. Whether it’s the biggest buyout in tech history, an exciting new Israeli technology or a change in leadership at one of the market’s leaders – you’ve probably heard about it from us.
In addition to that, People & Computers is also the biggest production company of hi-tech events and conferences in the country, providing services for long time clients such as Google, HP, IBM, Symantec, EMC, VMware, SAP, CA and many more. Our market-specific conferences have become so popular, that many of them are held annually. Good examples of such events are CyberSec, InfoSec, DevCon, eGov, mPay, Agile and dozens of others.
Since these large scale gatherings bring together the best tech professionals in the country, they are a natural choice for us to announce the winners in many of our yearly contests and prized titles, like CIO of the year, Best IT Projects of the year, Best Mobile App of the year, etc. Among our winners are the biggest banks in Israel, top telecom companies, airlines, the Israeli government, the Israeli army (IDF) and many more. We know that computers are important, but think that people should always come first. We believe so strongly in that motto, that we’ve named our company after it and have been exercising it every day since
People & Computers also organizes some of Israel’s most lucrative professional member forums, designed exclusively for the ICT industry. Via these forums, professionals share their knowledge and experience with colleagues from similar companies, and are exposed to the latest developments in their respective fields. One of our most unique forums is C3, which brings together the top ranking CIOs, CTOs and CEOs in the local industry. We currently operate 14 different user forums, focusing on subjects such as Software Development, Marketing, BI and Information Security to name a few.
Thanks to our extended online and print media, conferences, forums and years of experience, we have a vast and thorough understanding of the market, the challenges and where it’s heading – which gives our clients and readers the privilege to discuss and consult with our in-house experts, and review marketing and PR activities to ensure valuable results and direct ROI.
We closely interact on a daily basis with the cream of the crop of Israel’s top influential ICT management tier of CEOs, CTOs and CIOs, ISVs, Vendors, Partners and Users, because while we know that computers are important, we think that people should always come first. We believe so strongly in that motto, that we’ve named our company after it and have been exercising it every day since.
People & Computers is a family owned and operated business, founded by Israeli tech’s power couple, Peli & Dahlia Pelled. They both still act as joint CEOs and manage the company’s every day affairs, as well as its future ventures.
Peli the Tiger Peled
Editor-in-Chief and Joint CEO
People & Computers
Managing Editor and Joint CEO
People & Computers