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Israeli CyberGym arrives in Aust

Israeli cyber security specialist CyberGym will open its doors in mid-July at Melbourne’s Docklands as the company pursues the Asia Pacific market for its intensive digital threat reaction training.

CyberGym, will relocate its global headquarters to Melbourne, building out to 60 new jobs over the next three years.

“We see Melbourne as our hub for Australia and the South Asia region,” says CyberGym non-executive chairman Avi Schechter, who is heading up the Melbourne operation.

He sees Australia as a good source for skilled cyber security people. “We can train them, develop their skills and knowledge and work with them across South Asia.”

Mr Schechter says CyberGym views the cyber defence holistically.

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