The BMV ruled out a cyber attack after the mid-day trading session concluded; suspension of activities was due to disconnection in the trading engine
The Mexican Stock Exchange (BMV) ruled out a cyber attack after conclude the mid-day auction session.
Through its Twitter account, the BMV indicated that at 11:56 a.m. on Friday, the a disconnect in the trading engine and the suspension of the auction session was decreed, which was maintained until the close of the trading day.
“Given the rumors that have arisen, it is completely ruled out that the suspension was due to a cyber attack,” indicated the BMV.
It indicated that the cause of the suspension of operations was due to a error caused by a technology provider.
The Mexican stock exchange (BMV) concluded the auction session this Friday after suspending its part-time operations.
Through his Twitter account, the BMV confirmed the conclusion of the session, in accordance with its internal regulations.
Previously, the BMV suspended the session and declared an administrative recess. He assured that he would report on the resumption of activities, however, this did not happen.
With information from López-Dóriga Digital