Iran’s Supreme National Cyberspace Council is investigating whether a recent string of oil and petrochemical fires were caused by a cyberattack. According to a report in Time, a July 6 fire at the Bouali petrochemical plant that spewed toxic clouds over a nearby city, an explosion on July 8 at the Marun Oil and Gas Production Company and a fire on July 29 at the Bisotoon petrochemical plant are all being looked at by Iranian cyber investigators. The incidents were originally blamed on human error by the Iranian Petroleum Ministry.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: SC Magazine