Deputy Chief of Staff in Mobilization Force and Defense Culture Affairs Brigadier Seyyed Mas'oud Jazayeri Wednesday evening informed about near future establishment of armed forces cyber defense headquarters.
Brigadier Jazayeri who was speaking with IRNA at the end of a meeting with East Azarbaijan province armed forces' inspection officers, added, "That headquarters would be commissioned to design and adopt comprehensive approaches in line with cultural onslaught of the enemies."
He pointed out that the new HQ of the armed forces would have interactions with other cultural centers of the country, adding, "Subordinate soft war centers at various levels of the armed forces, too, would be activated."
Jazayeri said that the cultural departments of the armed forces have already launched vast scale programs to counter the psychological war of the enemies, arguing, "The Islamic Republic of Iran has had noticeable growth in cyber field and parallel with that the country's soft war capability has improved significantly."
He warned about the psychological campaign of the enemies, but meanwhile noted, "The effect of the satellite and media networks of the enemies on the hearts and minds of the Iranian young generation has not been noticeable, and major part of it is the aggrandizing and implications of the enemies."
Stuxnet worm has attacked Iran's Natanz uranium enrichment center's computers in 2010. After that, during last and current years, Ququ and Flame spy malwares attacked on Iranian computers reportedly.