RBNZ says it is responding to 'malicious' data hack

Rebecca Howard
Sun, 10 Jan 2021

Rebecca Howard
Sun, 10 Jan 2021
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand said it is “responding with urgency” after a third-party sharing service it uses to share and store sensitive information was hacked.“The nature and extent of information that has been potentially accessed is still being determined, but it may include some commercially and personally sensitive information,” RBNZ governor Adrian Orr said in a statement Sunday.“We are working closely with domestic and international cybersecurity experts and other relevant authorities as part of our inv...

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