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WELLINGTON: The New Zealand stock market was hit by a fifth day of cyber attacks on Monday, crashing its website, but maintained trading after ...WELLINGTON: The New Zealand stock market was hit by a fifth day of cyber attacks on Monday, crashing its website, but maintained trading after ...

New Zealand bourse website hit by fresh cyberattack, but keeps trading - CNA

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The NZ Stock Exchange website has been targeted by repeated attacks since Tuesday.The NZ Stock Exchange website has been targeted by repeated attacks since Tuesday.

NZX cyber-attacks: Perpetrators can be difficult to track, likely 'cashed-up criminal gang' - expert | Newshub

NZ businesses are being warned to batten down the hatches as cyber criminals expand their targets after taking down the stock exchange for the fifth consecutive trading day. Two media outlets, RNZ and Stuff, say they've been the target of cyber attacks in the past 24 hours - both say their sites remain secure. RNZ understands the attacks may have come from the same group that's been plaguing the NZX. Last week the Government Communications Security Bureau or GCSB was called into help and it's now issued an security advisory urging business to prepare for denial of service attacks. The Minister in charge of the Bureau is Andrew Little, he discusses the issue with Lisa Owen. NZ businesses are being warned to batten down the hatches as cyber criminals expand their targets after taking down the stock exchange for the fifth consecutive trading day. Two media outlets, RNZ and Stuff, say they've been the target of cyber attacks in the past 24 hours - both say their sites remain secure. RNZ understands the attacks may have come from the same group that's been plaguing the NZX. Last week the Government Communications Security Bureau or GCSB was called into help and it's now issued an security advisory urging business to prepare for denial of service attacks. The Minister in charge of the Bureau is Andrew Little, he discusses the issue with Lisa Owen.

NZX, organisations warned ahead of cyber attacks, GCSB minister says | RNZ

Simplicity says the cyber attacks could force investment schemes to shut down until normal service resumes.Simplicity says the cyber attacks could force investment schemes to shut down until normal service resumes.

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DDoS attacks happen but don't pay ransoms, GCSB Minister Andrew Little advises.DDoS attacks happen but don't pay ransoms, GCSB Minister Andrew Little advises.

Over most of last week, the NZX had to pause because of persistent cyber attacks. Similar attacks have today been reported against news websites. So how did they come through basically unscathed?  The NZX stock exchange is a critical piece of financial infrastructure, yet persistent cyber attacksOver most of last week, the NZX had to pause because of persistent cyber attacks. Similar attacks have today been reported against news websites. So how did they come through basically unscathed?  The NZX stock exchange is a critical piece of financial infrastructure, yet persistent cyber attacks

Why news websites survived the cyber attacks that took down the NZ stock exchange | The Spinoff

New Zealand's stock exchange said markets were expected to open as usual on Monday, after a series of cyber attacks, described as the largest seen in the country, hit the bourse's ability to operate normally for four consecutive days.New Zealand's stock exchange said markets were expected to open as usual on Monday, after a series of cyber attacks, described as the largest seen in the country, hit the bourse's ability to operate normally for four consecutive days.

NZ bourse opens Monday as usual after last week's cyber attacks | The Star

WELLINGTON • New Zealand's stock market was hit by a fifth day of cyber attacks yesterday, which led to its website crashing. But it continued trading after switching to a contingency plan for the release of market announcements.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Companies & Markets News -WELLINGTON • New Zealand's stock market was hit by a fifth day of cyber attacks yesterday, which led to its website crashing. But it continued trading after switching to a

NZ stock market continues trading despite new cyber attack, Companies & Markets News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

New Zealand’s funds management industry will be watching the NZX’s website on Monday in the hopes that it is not felled again. New Zealand’s funds management industry will be watching the NZX’s website on Monday in the hopes that it is not felled again.

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But keeps trading.

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