Unauthorized access to New Zealand’s central bank file-sharing service was obtained by an unknown group of hackers, the regulator’s press service reported on January 10.
It clarifies that the illegal entry was made through a third-party data exchange service. Which the bank uses to store and transmit important information. The head of the bank, Adrian Orr, explained that the hacking was stopped. And now the bank is urgently fixing the problem.
At the moment, information security specialists determine the amount and nature of information that hackers have gained access to.
Local radio station RNZ, citing a cybersecurity expert, reports that another government may have carried out the attack.
The system operated offline until the end of the initial phase of the investigation. According to Orr, the bank continues to perform its core functions.
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