RBNZ appoints KPMG to report on data breach

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The Reserve Bank of New Zealand has appointed international firm KPMG to carry out an independent review of its systems, following a major data breach.

The RBNZ said today (January 29) that the review would focus “on improving systems and work practices”. The review would be in addition to forensic and criminal investigations into the breach, it said.

On January 10, the RBNZ said its data had been illegally breached after a malicious attack on file transfer software provided by US firm

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