The New Zealand Central Bank announced that it was the victim of a cyber-attack when unidentified threat actors targeted their infrastructure. One of the data systems for the bank that was breached contained commercial and personal information of their clients. The core operations of the bank were not affected according to the government officials. The bank utilized a third-party company, Accellion File Transfer Applications (FTA), which was breached in mid-December. The bank used the third party to share information with external stakeholders. Accellion released a patch for its vulnerability which was disclosed in December and encouraged all of their customers to update their systems.
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