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Hon. Amy Adams | 10 October 2016
Only 17 per cent of New Zealanders say they have received training or advice about cyber security at work despite New Zealanders grappling with cyber security issues, says Communications Minister Amy Adams.
09 October 2016
Cyber security in the workplace is the focus of this year’s Connect Smart Week, which runs from 10-14 October 2016.
Employees at all levels have a key role to play in protecting the information that belongs to their workplace. By recognising online risks, they may prevent information theft
28 September 2016
Connect Smart warns New Zealanders to watch out for a current phishing email that appears to be from Mineral Resources Limited. Do not click on the link or open any attachment – they could contain a Trojan virus that may infect your computer.
23 September 2016
Employees at all levels have a key role to play in protecting the information that belongs to their workplace. A few basic steps can make all the difference.
That’s the focus of this year’s Connect Smart Week from 10-14 October 2016.
MBIE | 01 September 2016
New Zealand’s new national CERT (Computer Emergency Response Team) is on track to be up and running early next year. A significant amount of work has been undertaken by the team at the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) to ensure that the CERT will be ready to serve as the truste
30 August 2016
Air New Zealand has warned people not to click on a social media scam promising two free tickets that is being shared on Facebook.
23 August 2016
The new CERT Establishment Advisory Board has been appointed. The Board will provide advice to the Minister of Communications and the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE) on establishing a national CERT.
Dimension Data | 08 July 2016
Dimension Data New Zealand CEO Jo Healey says security is fast becoming a chief focus for New Zealand businesses. “Businesses are counting the costs and realising the stakes are too high to not to start taking a proactive approach, that there is still work to be done.