Concern over cyberattacks from Iran has been rising since May, when Trump pulled out of the 2015 nuclear deal.
Iran denies using its cyber capabilities for offensive purposes, and accuses the US of targeting Iran.
But a cybersecurity company, Recorded Future, says it has seen an increase in chatter related to Iranian threat activity during the past several weeks.
And the former Iran manager for the US national intelligence director's office, Norm Roule (Rool), says he thinks there is a good chance Iran will retaliate in cyberspace.
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