In the past few days, the minister of the interior and the chief of police of one of the Persian Gulf states met senior managers of an Israeli company and expressed interest in equipping with a unique system that the company has developed in cyber security and intelligence.
The meeting took place at a first international event on homeland security, Interpol World 2015, in Singapore.
Fourteen Israeli companies are participating in the event, scheduled to take place every two years in Singapore. The companies, which attended the event with the assistance of the Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute, include NICE Systems, Elta Systems, Mer, CyberArk and others, displaying their developments to representatives of about 190 countries.
Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute chairman Ramzi Gabbay told "Globes", "The event represents a unique opportunity for Israeli companies to meet leading companies and present innovative solutions in a range of areas. The Israeli stand has aroused great interest among the participants, including senior figures from one of the Gulf states, who even held several business meetings with representatives of the company that has developed the system in which they showed interest."
Published by Globes [online], Israel business news - www.globes-online.com - on April 16, 2015
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