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July 15th, 2009
Iran exhibits cutting-edge cyber-security systems
Ahmadi-Moqaddam further praised the indigenous nature of Iran's breakthroughs in science, military and technology.
"The country has so far made significant progress in the fields of nanotechnology, biotechnology and nuclear energy," said Ahmadi-Moqaddam.
"Now, we need to update our security measures," as the traditional means of security alone are no longer efficient, he concluded.
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