A bipartisan delegation of US House members directed by Florida Representative Ted Deutch visited an Israeli cybersecurity firm Cobwebs Technologies throughout their visit to Israel last week.
Among the many delegates were congressman Ted Deutch, D-Fla., the chair of the U.S. North Africa and House Middle East Subcommittee, Congressman Gus Bilirakis, member of the Panel of Energy and Commerce, and Congressman Henry Cuellar, member of the Committee on Appropriations.
They have been accompanied by Kathleen Rice, Cheryl Bustos, Darren Soto, Jennifer González and other members of congress.
Cobwebs, based in Herzliya, was incorporated five years ago by president Omri Timianker, CEO Udi Levy, and CTO Shay Attias, all alumni of exclusive IDF models. The corporate of some 80 workers with offices in New York, Singapore, and Israel focuses on gathering intelligence information with a safety orientation from everywhere on the Internet.
Cobwebs provide its products to legislation enforcement agencies, authorities agencies (primarily for national security or crucial infrastructure), in addition to financial businesses worldwide. Prospects use the product for legal investigations, drug smuggling, human trafficking, arms dealing, counter-terror, laptop fraud, and money laundering.
With merely one click, authorities are capable of establishing links between criminals or terrorists which might otherwise be missed.
While presenting their technology to the US officials, Cobwebs revealed how its algorithm efficiently cracked various terrorist attacks across the globe.
While Levy and Timianker wouldn’t reveal their clients, they said that due to their product, one consumer was capable of unveiling a European Islamic State network with over 1,000 recruits two years ago.