Nissan Reveals Cybersecurity Incident in Australia and New Zealand

Nissan, the car manufacturer, is currently investigating a cyber incident that has impacted undisclosed systems used by its operations in Australia and New Zealand. In a statement on its homepage, Nissan’s Australian and New Zealand division confirmed that their systems had been subject to a cyber incident. The company is working with its global incident response team and relevant parties to investigate the extent of the incident and assess whether any personal information has been accessed. Nissan is also diligently working to restore its systems as quickly as possible. The company assured customers that its dealer network remains unaffected and that vehicle and servicing inquiries can still be addressed. Nissan has also notified the government-run cyber security centers in Australia and New Zealand. It advised customers to stay vigilant and monitor their accounts for any suspicious or scam activities.

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