CMF concludes analysis of cybersecurity incident

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March 22, 2021 - The Financial Market Commission (CMF) has concluded the analysis it initiated after the cybersecurity incident that affected the Microsoft Exchange e-mail platform on March 12. The investigation, carried out by its Information Security & Technology Area alongside specialized external support, confirmed that the incident was isolated and limited to the Microsoft Exchange email platform.

The incident followed similar patterns to cases affecting other institutions around the world. Early detection allowed timely containment of the incident, which did not affect other platforms or services of the Commission.

As a result, the Commission's communication channels with supervised entities and the public are operating normally - Extranet, the Online Information Submission System (SEIL), and CMF Sin Papel (Paperless CMF).

Technical details on the characteristics of the cybersecurity incident are available at this link.

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