Iran's Minister of Information and Communications Technology (ICT), Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi has said: "Those who think that they can disrupt Iran's communications network are ill-informed and deluded, and the network will always be stable."

Iran news: In an exclusive interview with Iran Press, Iran's ICT Minister, Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi, referred to a cyber-attack carried out yesterday by the Zionist regime against Iran's communications network and said: "We do not allow interference in the country's communications network in any way."

Azari Jahormi made the comment at the Passive Defense Conference in the Ministry of ICT on Tuesday, adding that Iranian specialist forces and young experts will stand against any cyber-attacks and will never allow the country's communications to be disturbed.

Azari Jahromi announced the gathering of evidence of a cyber-attack that occurred yesterday and said: "These documents will be presented to all international forums to defend our country's right."

He noted that the knowledge gained from this experience in countering a cyber-attack will be provided to friend and neighbouring countries so that they will also take advantage of this experience. 204/103

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Nov 06, 2018 13:53 Asia/Tehran
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