RBNZ announces independent inquiry into data breach

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The Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s governor Adrian Orr took personal responsibility for its recent data breach and announced an independent review of the incident.

“We apologise unreservedly to all of those impacted by the breach. Personally, I own this issue and I am disappointed and sorry,” said Orr in a statement today (January 15).

“In addition to the forensic cyber investigation currently under way, we have appointed an independent third party to undertake a comprehensive general review of

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