Trending topic of 2020 is a war between Iran and the US. We all know that some issues popped up between Iran and the US. But after Qassem Soleimani’s death, Iran is ready to take Revenge from the US. Iran is more likely to do a cyber attack on the US as they have already hacked a few of US government’s websites.
Iran’s “Revenge” Over Qassem Soleimani’s Death Is Likely To Include Cyberattacks
Recently, We have written that few website’s got hacked of the US government by Iranian hackers that you can read over here. Iran Hackers Hacks US Government Website and Warns US “This Is Just The Beginning”
“Iran has a long history of politically motivated cyber-attacks across the world,” CNN Business.
Iran has very good and most active cybersecurity programs that can help Iran to easily trouble the US. Iranian hackers have claimed that they have hacked few websites of US and by this, they proved that easily they can do more if they in need.
LONDON — The retaliation that Iran promised in the aftermath of a US airstrike that killed the country’s most powerful military leader could take the form of massive cyberattacks.
Given recent developments, re-upping our statement from the summer.
Bottom line: time to brush up on Iranian TTPs and pay close attention to your critical systems, particularly ICS. Make sure you’re also watching third party accesses! https://t.co/4G1P0WvjhS
— Chris Krebs #Protect2020 (@CISAKrebs) January 3, 2020
Many of Iranian hackers have tried to break into US utilities, Oil and Gas facilities and in factories too. This has been confirmed by Robert M. Lee, the chief executive of industrial control system security firm Dragos.
Holly Dagres said,
“Iran’s military capabilities are not on par with the US. Relying on cyberattacks makes sense for them — that’s what they thrive at, asymmetrical warfare,”