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RBNZ did not follow own guidelines with hacked software

Henry Burrell
Mon, 31 May 2021

“Usage of the system by the Bank was not limited to secure file transfers as intended,” the report said.
Henry Burrell
Mon, 31 May 2021
The KPMG-led review into the data breach at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand has found the bank had been using the hacked file sharing software for more than its intended functions.“Usage of the system by the bank was not limited to secure file transfers as intended,” a public summary of the report said RBNZ’s use of software provider Accellion’s file transfer application (FTA) software.“Working practices evolved over time to the point where the system was also used as an information repository and collaboration too...

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