A report issued by the National Security Agency says Iran is a “threat to our national security” and that the U.K., France, China and Russia are “part of the same cyberwarfare campaign.”
The report by the U-2 spy agency also said the Iranian regime has engaged in cyberwar and the U, S. and Israel are part of a cyberwar effort that is “continuing to escalate.”
“We are in a cyber war with Iran and with China, Russia, France and others,” it said in a release Tuesday.
“We have seen cyber attacks by the Iranians and by Chinese military cyberwarriors against the U; S. Navy; the UAF; the BAE Systems; and U.N. and other critical infrastructure.”
These attacks are a clear indication that Iran is engaged in a war against our country.
It is a war for regional hegemony and global hegemony.
“In a statement, the NSA said it has been working with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and other intelligence agencies for more than a year to share the findings of its intelligence analysis.”
The NSA statement said the intelligence community continues to work to protect the nation and its interests from cyberattacks.”
The intelligence community takes seriously the principle of attribution and cannot be expected to share intelligence on a case-by-case basis.”
The NSA statement said the intelligence community continues to work to protect the nation and its interests from cyberattacks.
It noted that Iran has conducted cyberattacks against the United States and the West since at least 2012, with some of the most recent attacks against U.R.A.E. in December 2017.
“Iran has engaged both in cyber-operations and in cyberattacks,” the NSA statement continued.
“In December 2017, Iran conducted a cyberattack against the American Embassy in Tehran.
Iran has also attacked the U2 intelligence plane and American Embassy personnel.
Iran also attacked U. S. military facilities in the Persian Gulf and targeted U.W.S.; U.AAE.; UDA; and other facilities.
Iran launched cyberattacks at the UDA and other U.U.S.-led facilities.”
Cyber attacks against the Department of Defense and U-S.
Embassy in Iran are the most serious cyberthreats that Iran poses to the U and the international community,” the statement continued, adding that Iran’s actions have the potential to destabilize the region.”
While these attacks are highly sophisticated, the scale of Iran’s cyberattacks is not.