« Israel can contribute its experience and benefit from the vast experience gained in India in managing cyberattacks, » he added. Since the previous agreement, specialized seminars have been organized between government officials and industry and many reciprocal visits have taken place. During Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s visit to Israel in 2017, cybersecurity was identified as an important area of cooperation between the two countries. The COVID-19 pandemic has not only influenced routine life, but it has also made the virtual world vulnerable to cyber threats, with digitalization having rapidly increased in the last 5 months of the global lockdown. To address this situation, India and Israel signed an agreement on 16 July 2020 to strengthen their cooperation in managing cyber threats. « E-commerce, e-learning, telemedicine, remote work, implementation of new technologies, introduction of new supply chains and critical processes. Everyone is expanding the attack zone of the civilian cybersphere, and everyone is demanding new knowledge and cooperation. In July 2017, when Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Israel, cybersecurity was identified as an important area of cooperation. A year later, when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited India, an agreement was reached on the matter. -It also deepens operational cooperation and mutual engagement between the two sides and expand the scope of information exchange on cyber threats. .