Iran Wants to Turn Off Your Lights

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We have seen some very, very devastating efforts on behalf of IranWe have seen some very, very devastating efforts on behalf of Iran

Can Iran Turn Off Your Lights?

By Patrick Tucker

http://www.defenseone.com

2:49 PM ET

Online security company Cylance released a report last week showing that an Iranian cyber-espionage operation “Operation Cleaver” had successfully breached U.S. and foreign military, infrastructure and transportation targets. The report claimed to confirm widely-suspected Iranian hacks of the unclassified Navy Marine Core Intranet system, NMCI, in 2013. It describes (with explicitly naming) more than 50 targets around the world, including players in energy and transportation.

But is the Iranian cyber threat overblown?

(Related:The Imminent EMP Threat to America)

The tactics detailed in the report show an escalation of Iranian hacking activity, which the report’s writers, in several instances, refer to as rapid.

We observed the technical capabilities of the Operation Cleaver team rapidly evolve faster than any previously observed Iranian effort. As Iran’s cyber warfare capabilities…

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