Iran to protect its National Infrastructure from Offensive Cyber Attacks with Sepehr 110

Iran has finally responded to last week’s US cyber Attacks on its national infrastructure by devising a battlefield communications unit named Sepehr 110, a tactical hub which is designed to withstand electronic warfare compromises instigated by western countries- especially the United States.

IRGC Commander Hussein Salami has approved this news and said that Sepehr 110 was developed with the support of the Iranian Broadcasting Network in order to break the monopoly of Donald Trump’s nation in the field of digital warfare.

As per the details available to Cybersecurity Insiders, the new system has the potential to operate on land, seas, and air and has the capabilities to transmit data and voice which are not susceptible to foreign invasions.

The Cyber Attacks launched by Pentagon last month have opened up the truth that Iranian systems were vulnerable to hacks, eavesdropping, radio signal jamming, and electromagnetic disturbances.

Sepehr 110 is indigenous equipment which makes military forces self-sufficient in the field of Cybersecurity.

Technically speaking, Sepehr 110 is vehicle mounted equipment which can work on different bandwidths to transmit voice, data, and images. It can be used during war situations by commanders who can communicate with each other in defensive and offensive conditions and in crisis.

Note- the United States claims that its cyber attacks on Iran made last month were successful as they succeeded in infiltrating the defense networks located in Tehran to root level. However, an official statement released by Tehran last week says that the attacks were smartly thwarted by its military intelligence in time barricading the repercussions at the behest.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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