Are New Zealand's sub sea cables a cybersecurity risk?

An article from e-CommerceNews.

Submarine cable networks are often perceived as quite an anomaly to some. While they are generally a crucial part of a country’s data and communication infrastructure, there is limited knowledge and public perception of the actual technology behind them, particularly from a security standpoint.

Recently, New Zealanders may have seen a fair bit in the press about cables, either concerning rapid reconnection in Tonga or the raft of new cable networks from New Zealand to across the globe.

The eruption in Tonga highlighted that cable security isn’t just down to making sure digital security is up to date, but also the physical network infrastructure.

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