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Chinese cyber activity 'part of a broader pattern' - GCSB

Henry Burrell
Wed, 21 Jul 2021

GCSB boss Andrew Hampton said China's cyber security threat was notable, but one of many (Image: Supplied)
Henry Burrell
Wed, 21 Jul 2021
The Chinese cyber activity called out by the government is part of a broader pattern of attacks aimed at New Zealand, according to the head of the country's external security organisation.Several nations including the US, UK, and NZ made public statements this week accusing China of colluding with criminal bodies to engage in "malicious" cyber activity. The minister responsible for the GCSB Andrew Little said on Monday that NZ joined "other countries in strongly condemning this malicious activity undertaken by the Chines...

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