By MANDEL NGANON/AFP/GettyImagesGaborone is one of Italy’s most popular mobile carriers, and it was one of the top five carriers in Italy for a while.

Now it’s in trouble.

The Italian mobile operator is in a state of crisis.

Gaborones security breach could put it in danger of losing customersThe Italian government is currently investigating a security breach that compromised Gaborones mobile network.

The incident, reported by the Italian news outlet Il Messaggero, was triggered when a hacker accessed Gaborons network in the middle of the night.

The company has said that it was not aware of the breach and the attacker did not have access to the company’s network.

“Our network has not been breached and we have been notified by the police,” Gaboron said in a statement.

“We are working with the relevant authorities to determine the cause of the incident.”

The attack was discovered on November 9, and Gaboroned confirmed the breach on Monday.

“This is a major incident, and we are taking steps to provide the necessary services for our customers,” Gabya said in the statement.

The mobile operator said that the attackers were in control of the network and had been able to gain access to its internal network.

Gaborona said that an investigation has been launched and that the company is taking measures to protect its networks from cyber attacks.

“We are doing all possible to protect the security of our customers and the network from any other attack,” Gabi said.

“Our networks are protected and secure and we will take any necessary action to protect our networks.”

The incident comes at a time when the mobile sector is facing a slew of security problems and a series of high-profile cyberattacks that have affected other operators in Europe.

Earlier this month, Italy suffered its worst-ever cyberattack in terms of number of victims, with the government announcing that 5,500 users of its health system were affected by the attack.

Earlier this week, Italy’s largest operator, Mediaset, announced that it would be cutting 3,000 jobs as a result of the security breaches.