Israel, Morocco sign a cooperation agreement on cybersecurity
The agreement includes diverse areas of cooperation, such as joint Research and Development projects and information sharing between the two countries.
The Kingdom of Morocco and the State of Israel signed on Thursday, July 15, a cybersecurity cooperation agreement, which concerns operational and field cooperation, exchange of information and scientific research.
According to Israeli website i24 News, this Thursday, Israel’s National Cyber Directorate signed a cooperation agreement with Morocco, making it the first cyber-defense agreement between the two countries since the resumption of relations last year.
The Convention was signed in Rabat this week in the presence of the Director-General of the Israeli Internet Directorate, Yigal Unna, and his counterpart, General Mustafa Rabii, and Moroccan defense minister Abdellatif Loudiyi.