The State of Massachusetts is partnering with Israel’s CyberSpark to work on development, research and training related to cybersecurity.

During a stop on Governor Charlie Baker’s Economic Development Mission to Israel, economic development leaders took part in the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative and CyberSpark, a non-profit made up of academic, industry and government resources.

“Massachusetts and Israel each maintain highly skilled workforces, eager investors, and innovative economies that make us natural partners ready to lead on the future of cybersecurity,” said Governor Baker. “I want to congratulate MassTech Collaborative and CyberSpark on today’s agreement.”

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