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(Reuters) — Mexico’s central bank said on Tuesday it had raised the security alert level in its payment system after a nonbanking financial user reported “inconsistencies” in the cash payment matching system.
Insurer Axa SA said in a separate statement it suffered a cyber attack Monday that prompted the central bank alert, but that its clients’ information and resources were safe and had not been affected.
Some institutions would be operating via an alternative mechanism until further notice as a precautionary measure, the central bank said in a statement, without providing details.
In May, the central bank said a cyber attack had tapped into payment system connections at five entities, removing around 300 million pesos ($15.3 million).
(Reuters) — Mexico's central bank said on Wednesday that a cyber attack had sucked about 300 million pesos ($15.33 million) in fraudulent transfers from five companies, but it was unclear how much thieves had managed to pull out in cash.