Israel’s Blood Bank Shielded From Terror, Cyber Attacks

Israel’s blood bank fortified (Archive: Joseh51camera/iStock)

Israel opened the world’s most secure blood bank to protect the nation’s blood supply from a wide range of threats.

The facility includes an underground site shielded from rocket fire, non-conventional attacks, and cyber warfare. Some 11,000 tons of steel were used to fortify the sensitive compound.

Israel views its blood reserves as a strategic asset that is critical at times of emergency and requires extra protection. Full story on The Times of Israel