Dennis Murphy to Discuss Israeli Tech at Oil and Gas Conference

ElbitDennis Murphy, Director of Cybersecurity Business Development at Elbit Systems of America, will take part in a panel discussion Tuesday on Israeli Innovation and Technology.

The theme of this year’s discussion is “Developing Holistic Preparedness for the Next Major Cyber-Threat” and will be held at the second annual Cyber Security Oil and Gas Conference in Houston, Texas, Elbit said.

“Israel faces new cyber threats on a daily basis. This constant barrage of threats coupled with Israel’s new focus on oil and gas production has driven innovative solutions in the cyber security technology sector. The time is right to capitalize on this technology in the United States and throughout the globe,” Murphy said.

Elbit Systems of America provides products and system solutions focusing on the commercial aviation, defense, homeland security and medical instrumentation markets.

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