How China’s J-20 stealth jet compares to the US’s F-22 fighter jet

  • A high-profile part of China’s ongoing military modernization is the J-20, the country’s first stealth fighter jet.
  • The J-20, likely based on stolen US designs, looks a lot like the US Air Force’s F-22, but appearance isn’t the only similarity between the two fifth-generation fighters.
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Aside from China’s aircraft carriers and ballistic-missile programs, no weapon system has captured as much attention as the J-20 Mighty Dragon, China’s first stealth fighter.

The aircraft is the world’s third operational fifth-generation stealth fighter, the only one in official service that wasn’t designed by the US or its allies.

Two J-20s were seen at a Chinese air base near the Indian border after tensions between the two countries spiked, rumors of a twin-seat variant under development have spread on social media, and last month, two J-20s were shown conducting a fighter drill in footage released by Chinese

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build.security Emerges from Stealth with $6M in Backing from YL Ventures, CrowdStrike’s George Kurtz and Lineup of Cybersecurity Leaders

 

Startup dramatically simplifies the process of building authorization and cuts down development time with industry’s first OPA-powered authorization policy management platform

 

TEL AVIV, Israel & SUNNYVALE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–November 18, 2020–

build.security, a startup revolutionizing authorization policy management, today announced $6 million in seed funding led by YL Ventures with participation from cybersecurity luminary George Kurtz, CEO and Co-founder of CrowdStrike. Founded by industry veterans Amit Kanfer (CEO) and Dekel Braunstein (CTO), build.security is offering a new approach to authorization, providing developers with the building blocks they need to quickly generate and manage best-practice authorization controls across enterprise applications at scale.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20201118005269/en/

build.security co-founders Amit Kanfer, CEO (rt.); Dekel Braunstein, CTO (Photo: Business Wire)

Joining this seed round are Michael Sutton, former CISO of Zscaler; Sounil Yu, former Chief Security Scientist at Bank of America; Dan Amiga, former CTO and Co-founder

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