Hacking Two Government Systems in One Week

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Hacking Two Government Systems in One Week

Two government systems hacked in one week

No one here is protecting people’s data

A few days after the leak of people’s information in the civil registration system, news of the Ministry of Science website being hacked emerged, reminding us of the inadequate data protection situation in the country

In the past year, with the increasing intensity of news filtering, more reports of system hacking and user data leakage have been published

Many have been forced to bypass filtering during this year, and a flood of malware has found its way into communication systems

Experts have repeatedly mentioned the low level of network security knowledge in the country

In addition to these, criminal laws do not oblige organizations to encrypt or protect people’s data

According to the latest report from Surfshark, Iran ranks 113th out of 117 in electronic security, which is measured by criteria such as cyber security and data protection laws


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