Israel's top legal official said that security officials at Ben Gurion airport are legally allowed to demand access to traveller email accounts and deny them entry if they refuse.
The Stuxnet worm, used to attack nuclear reprocessing plants in Iran, was targeting the country as early as 2005, say reseqarchers at security firm Symantec.
Following its assault on Gaza, Israel has become the target of millions of DDoS attempts, with claims that several hundred websites have been brought down.
Suspected Iranian hackers have targeted a number of US banks and financial institutions over the past few weeks in a sustained digital offensive.
A sophisticated computer virus that infiltrated and spied on Iranian networks was reportedly coded by the United States and Israel.
Security experts say that the Stuxnet and Flame viruses share sections of code, indicating that their creators collaborated.
The Obama administration reportedly ordered "increasingly sophisticated" cyber attacks against Iranian networks linked to nuclear enrichment facilities.
The Iranian government says it has a removal tool for the Flame malware targeting the country's oil industry, and says it will give it to any Iranian organization that's been affected.
Researchers have discovered what they say is the most sophisticated malware ever discovered running rampant in the Middle East.
Former CIA director General Michael Hayden believes the Stuxnet worm that targeted Iran’s nuclear infrastructure was a "good idea," even though it set a precedent for the use of malicious software as a weapon.
Iran’s Tor-M1 aerial defense codes were apparently compromised in the context of a secret deal between Russia and Israel.
Hackers downed a number of Israeli sites on Wednesday, including those administered by the Sheba Medical Center, the Assouta medical facility and the Israeli daily Ha’aretz.
Israeli hackers downed the website administered by the Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates on Thursday as the financial institution hosted European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi.
Israeli hackers have claimed credit for downing websites run by the Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul) and the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX).
Monday’s cyber attack against websites administered by the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) and El Al (Israel Airlines) reportedly exploited thousands of local devices which were used as remote "zombie" bots.
An Israeli official says the state considers a recent mass credit card hack to be a serious "breach of sovereignty" comparable to a terrorist attack.
A group of Saudi hackers is claiming to have accessed and published the credit card details of hundreds of thousands of Israelis.
Apple has clinched an acquisition deal with flash memory maker Anobit, which is based in the Israeli city of Herzliya Pituach.
Three Israeli government websites - involving army and intelligence - were down on Sunday a few days after a threat from a hacker group.
Researchers at Israel's Tel Aviv University recently showcased a floating semi-conductor - illustrating the power of "quantum levitation."