US assisting Middle Eastern allies against cyber threats from Iran

US assisting Middle Eastern allies against cyber threats from Iran

www.guardian.co.uk
Computer software and training being provided to pro-Washington countries in the Persian Gulf, according to reportThe US is assisting Middle East allies in building up cyber defences to counter growing attacks from Iran, it was reported on Sunday.The New York Times, citing senior American officials, said computer software, hardware and...
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