(Times of Israel) The online world is a mystery to many people, especially adults, according to Eugene Kaspersky, head of the anti-virus and cyber protection firm that bears his name. “We’re all immigrants in the new world of cyberspace,” Kaspersky said at a roundtable discussion with some of Israel’s top IT managers. “Our children who will one day replace us are, on the other hand, cyber-natives,” and it shows in myriad ways.

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But understanding cyber issues – especially cybersecurity – isn’t as complicated as many believe, if you think about it the right way, Kaspersky said at the event, held on the sidelines of the Third Annual International Cyber Security Conference of Tel Aviv University’s Yuval Ne’eman Workshop, taking place this week. The roundtable was conducted by the Israel Internet Society.

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