Mobile phones of govt officials, military personnel hacked by Indian spy agencies: ISPR
RAWALPINDI: Pakistan’s intelligence agencies have identified a major cyber-attack by Indian Intelligence Agencies involving a range of cybercrimes including deceitful fabrication by hacking personal mobiles and technical gadgets of government officials and military personnel.
Media wing of armed forces, the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) reported this on Wednesday.
“Various targets of hostile intelligences agencies are being investigated. Pakistan Army has further enhanced necessary measures to thwart such activities including action against violators of standing operating procedures (SOPs) on cyber security,” said the ISPR.
It said that an advisory was also being sent to all government departments and institutions for identifying lapses and enhance respective cyber security measures.