Andrew Little stories
New Zealand takes major step in cybersecurity with integrated agency formation
New Zealand's CERT NZ and NCSC have joined forces to create a lead operational cyber security agency, similar to those in Australia, the UK, and Canada.
Patient details could be compromised as large North Island GP network hit by a cyber attack
Large North Island GP network hit by cyber attack, patient details potentially compromised. Investigation underway.
Does New Zealand have a chief information security officer?
What’s the equivalent role in the government? Who holds it? And how does the position help protect New Zealand’s digital integrity?.
The who’s who of NZ’s government & public cybersecurity agencies
NZ champions cyber defence amid rising tech innovation.
Govt to launch full inquiry into DHB ransomware attack
Minister Andrew Little has announced a full inquiry into the ransomware attack at Waikato DHB in the early hours of May 18.
Waikato DHB won't face fines for data breach, but may face liability - Privacy Commissioner
Waikato District Health Board will face liability if harm is caused by patient data leaked in ransomware attack, says Privacy Commissioner.
Five Eyes nations want legal access to backdoors to fight 'illegal content'
The nations argue that encryption can make the enforcement of public safety difficult, particularly when it comes to serious problems like child exploitation.
National 'won't walk away' from SkyCity convention centre deal, says Little
The government will do whatever it can to ensure the Auckland convention centre is built under a deal with SkyCity Entertainment Group, said Labour.