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Lebanon's Central Bank assured the public Monday that all regular online operations are running smoothly after the IT department foiled an email cyberattack.The safety measure has not affected Banque du Liban's online and electronic operations, and the bank is well-equipped to deal with any unforeseen crises in the future, BDL's IT chief Ali Nahle said.If there is an important email we let it through, and if it is not too significant then it will not go through," Nahle explained.He stressed that in light of the growing threat of cyberattacks, the IT department has confined email use at BDL to work purposes only.
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