Nissan is currently investigating a cyber attack on its services in both New Zealand and Australia which may have exposed customers’ personal information.
“The Australian and New Zealand Nissan Corporation and Financial Services advises that its systems have been subject to a cyber incident,” reads a statement on Nissan’s local website.
The carmaker is currently working with cyber security authorities and other stakeholders in both countries to determine whether any personal information has been accessed.
As a precaution, it is encouraging customers to monitor their accounts for any suspicious activity like scam messages.
Nissan says the cyber attack does not affect its dealer network, meaning customers can still contact their local dealership for sales and service queries.
“Nissan thanks you for your understanding during this process, and asks that you have patience with us and our staff while we do our best to work through these issues.”