Filistin’in siber becerileri hala oluşum aşamasındadır. Öte yandan İsrail’in siber kapasitesi Filistin’in yeni gelişmekte olan becerileri kıyaslanamaz. Zira İsrail’in siber becerileri üst düzeyde ve uluslararası ölçektedir. Filistin-İsrail arasındaki siber mücadelenin en önemli araçları arasında siber korsanlık ve Facebook operasyonları yer almaktadır. Ancak siber mücadele alanında İsrail, Filistinlilere karşı açık ara öndedir. Bu da İsrail’in Filistin’deki telekomünikasyon ve internet altyapısına neredeyse tamamen hakim olmasından kaynaklanmaktadır. Buna rağmen Filistinli siber gruplar, gerçekleştirdikleri siber korsanlık saldırılarıyla İsrailli politikacıları şaşkınlığa düşürmüştür. Bununla beraber Filistin-İsrail arasındaki siber saldırıların giderek tırmanan bir eğriye sahip olduğuna dair göstergeler bulunmaktadır.
Palestinian cyber capabilities are still at their early formative stage, On the other hand, Israeli cyber capabilities are not comparable to the nascent Palestinian cyber capabilities. However, hacking and social media, particularly Facebook, are among the most important tools of Palestinian-Israeli cyber conflict, where Israel is much superior to Palestinians, mainly due to its control over the telecommunications and internet infrastructure in Palestine. Nevertheless, Palestinian cyber teams have confused Israeli politicians after succeeding to carry out effective hacking attacks against Israel. Evidently, there are signs that cyber-attacks between Palestinians and Israelis are likely to increase steadily.
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