(Reuters) – The New Zealand Stock Exchange will not resume trading on Thursday after offshore cyber attacks in the last two days, says stock exchange operator NZX Ltd. hoping to resume on Friday.
"This decision not to reopen has been taken while we focus on addressing the situation," the bail said in a statement. through a distributed denial of service attack, which is a common way of disrupting a server by overwhelming it with a flood of internet traffic.
Boursen took the call not to open the main board, the NZX debt market and Fonterra Aktieägaremarknad after the trade was stopped at 11:10 local time. NZX will also close the derivatives market on Thursday.
"We continue to address the threat and work with cybersecurity experts and we will do everything we can to resume normal trading tomorrow," NZX said.
Trade on Tuesday and Wednesday was affected during different time periods. Catalog