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Gas stations returning to normal as Iran confirms cyberattack
Iran’s gas stations are returning to normal status following a brief outage caused by a cyberattack targeting the country’s fuel distribution system.
Iran confirms cyber attack, says probe ongoing
Iran’s transportation ministry has confirmed a cyber attack targeted its internal websites and parts of its online infrastructure on Saturday, saying an investigation has been launched to determine the causes and origins of the attack.
Iranian Army stages cyber defense drill
The Iranian Army on Tuesday held a digital defense exercise to prepare for possible cyberattacks.
Iranian insurers offering cyber protection amid surge in data use
Iran’s insurance sector will provide cyber theft protection services for the first time this year amid a surge in online activities during the spread of the coronavirus pandemic and the increased risk of exposure to data breaches for businesses and individuals.
SNSC: Iran dismantles US cyber espionage network
Iran said on Monday it had exposed a large cyber espionage network it was run by the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and that several US spies had been arrested in different countries as the result of this action.
Former Israeli spy chief: Iran’s energy sector, 'next 9/11 in cyber'
Former chief of an Israeli spy service unit has said that the first cyber target in any future conflict with Iran should be its energy infrastructure.
Iran deplores lack of int’l cooperation with cyber police
While Iran has launched close cooperation with the international community in combatting cybercrimes, it has not received the necessary reciprocal support from outside, a top commander said.
Leader urges respect for Iranians’ cyber privacy
Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei called on administrative and judicial authorities to respect the people’s privacy in cyberspace amid debates about the need for replacing foreign mobile messaging applications with homegrown ones.
Germany sees Russia, China, US biggest cyber threats
The number of German companies targeted by cyber attacks in the past three years has tripled compared with the three years to 2015 and the figure is growing steadily, a study showed on Thursday.
Europol: Too early' to say who is behind cyber attacks
The European police agency said Tuesday it was still too early to determine who was behind a massive cyber attack which has caused global computer chaos, as researchers reported signs of a possible North Korean link.
Global pushback curbs cyber attacks but disruption continues
The world's biggest ransomware attack leveled off in Europe on Monday thanks to a pushback by cyber security officials after causing havoc in 150 countries, as Microsoft urged governments to heed the "wake-up call".
Nearly 100 countries targeted in unprecedented cyber attacks
Cyber security experts rushed to restore systems on Saturday after an unprecedented global wave of cyber attacks that struck targets in almost 100 countries ranging from Russia's banks to British hospitals and a French carmaker's factories.
Computer security watchdog warns of int’l cyber attack
A large-scale cyber attack from a group targeting organizations in Japan, the US, Sweden and many other European countries through IT services providers has been uncovered, the Swedish computer security watchdog said.
Russia denies role in alleged cyber attacks in US
Russia has denied any involvement in cyber attacks on Yahoo after the US claimed it had arrested two FSB agents for cracking 500 million user accounts of the technology company.
NATO chief slams cyber attempts to manipulate national elections
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has reacted to claims of Russia’s alleged manipulation of the US presidential election through cyber attacks and hacking, saying the Western military alliance would do its best to prevent attacks on member countries.

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