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PETER GRIFFIN: How did the NZX find itself here?

Peter Griffin
Fri, 28 Aug 2020

Peter Griffin
Fri, 28 Aug 2020
Who’s to blame? Who’s screw up is this and how do we make sure a part of the country’s critical infrastructure doesn’t go down for days on end ever again?Those are the questions left standing as we end a horror week for the NZX, which saw four days of trading disrupted by a distributed denial of service attack that swamped the stock exchange’s servers with internet traffic, knocking the NZX website offline.While the NZX’s internal trading systems were not affected, the exchange can’t function normally w...

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