Iran railway company denies cyber attack

On Saturday Iran’s national railway company denied having been hit by a cyberattack following reports of disruptions at train stations across the country, local media reported.
The announcement came a day after Fars news agency reported “unprecedented chaos” at stations with hundreds of trains delayed or canceled.
In the now-deleted report, it said the incident followed “a widespread disruption in … computer systems that is probably due to a cyberattack.
Sadegh Sekri, a spokesman for Islamic Republic of Iran Railways, told ISNA news agency on Saturday that “there has been no disruption or cyberattack for passenger, cargo or intercity trains.”