The federal government has told provincial governments and offices that Israeli hackers are working in Pakistan.
According to reports, Israeli hackers have recently increased their activity and are now collecting citizens’ personal data. They are focusing on specific individuals via various social media sites.
In response to these concerns, the federal government published a circular notifying all provincial governments, ministries, and divisions to these heinous deeds.
According to several claims, Israeli corporations are actively interested in gathering individuals’ personal information. The circular warns against disclosing personal information to shady companies.
The circular from the government outlines cybersecurity best practices to help people avoid becoming a hacker target.
The official letter warns against giving out personal email addresses to strangers and discourages the use of business email accounts for personal correspondence.
According to cybersecurity rules, personal documents and information should not be shared with unauthorised websites. Additionally, to protect against hacking attempts, avoid clicking on unidentified URLs.
The instructions explicitly advise avoiding installing unfamiliar or dubious software on devices, as well as using open Wi-Fi networks.