Analysis Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events President Donald Trump addresses the nation from the White House on the ballistic missile strike that Iran launched against Iraqi air bases. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) Government and industry officials are still on high alert for bruising cyberattacks from Iran even though President Trump and Iranian leaders stepped back from the brink of a broader military conflict.  Even as the nations ratcheted back threats of physical attacks, the FBI and Department of Homeland Security sent a memo to law enforcement obtained by CNN warning of digital and physical attacks that could “sabotage…public or private infrastructure, including US military bases, oil and gas facilities, and public landmarks.” Cybersecurity companies continued to sound alarms about far more serious hacks that might still be coming.  Meanwhile, pro-Iranian hackers launched a series of digital strikes throughout the day, including defacing city websites and spreading misinformation through hacked Twitter accounts. It’s not clear if any of those attacks were backed by Irania...