The Hong Kong branch of London-based human rights group Amnesty International has said it was targeted by state-sponsored hackers in a cyberattack “consistent with those carried out by hostile groups linked to the Chinese government”.Security monitoring tools had found suspicious activity on the organisation’s local IT systems in March, Amnesty said in a statement on Thursday night.Cybersecurity experts had been deployed to safeguard the systems and launch an investigation, the group said. The…