The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has released a warning outlining the TTP (tactics, techniques, and protocols) of Iran-based Emennet Pasargad, reportedly a cybersecurity and intelligence firm servicing Iranian government agencies, to help recipients inform and defend themselves against the group’s malicious activities.
In the FBI’s Private Industry Notification, the agency confirms that two Iranian nationals employed by Emennet were charged with cyberintrusion and fraud, voter intimidation, interstate threats, and conspiracy by the US Department of Justice.
Additionally, the Department of Treasury Office of Foreign Assets Control alleges that Emennet, along with the two accused Iranian nationals, attempted to influence the 2020 US presidential elections.
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