RBNZ seeks greater collaboration on cyber incidents

New response team was established following September cyber attack


Recent cyber attacks highlight the need for a more collaborative response to incidents, according to a new report from the Reserve Bank of New Zealand.

In September 2021, several financial institutions in New Zealand and the national postal service were hit by a denial of service attack.

In response, the central bank established a new unit, the Financial Sector Cyber Incident Response Team.  

“This involved us collaborating with the Computer Emergency Response Team, National Cyber Security

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