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Telstra's Security Operations Centre launched in Sydney
Telstra’s Sydney Security Operation Centre is now fully operational, with Melbourne’s opening hot on its heels.
Startup bringing STEM workshops to more schools with Mercedes win
MindKits was established in December 2008 after seeing a lack of support for New Zealanders in learning robotics and physical computing.
Kiwi kids attempt world record - to get the most kids coding in 24hrs
Kiwi school children all over the country will play a part in setting a new world record this Tuesday - to get the most kids coding in 24 hours.
A Kiwi startup is revolutionising education and workplace training with virtual reality
Corvecto is a Kiwi startup that works with enterprise organisations of all sizes looking to grow their business through virtual reality...
Become a certified self-driving car engineer from the comfort of your couch
New Zealand's first micro-credential, a self-driving car engineering programme is to be delivered online by Udacity...
Coding for kids? littleBits teaches the essentials through intuitive games
The littleBits Code Kit is an introduction to coding in the classroom that promises it will engage students and teachers alike...
Cybersecurity starts with training your employees
At the end of an education and awareness initiative, all users should be able to understand how to identify security threats & how to respond to them.
Dr. Lance O'Sullivan & The Moko Foundation to hold Northland socioeconomic summit
The Moko Foundation will run a summit in Waitangi focused on improving the health, education, leadership and economic standing in Northland.
Are Asian nations too relaxed about cybersecurity?
"Systems proposed to make people more secure (e.g., HTTPS indicators in browsers) may not be as effective on a global scale as previously thought."
Crime drama inspires NZ student to embrace cyber security career
The allure of crime shows like NCIS could be enough to attract more people to study for a career in cyber security.
Catholic Education WA and University of Sunshine Coast make Microsoft moves
Microsoft clocks up two more education wins with Catholic Education Western Australia and The University of the Sunshine Coast.
Security training – a vital first step, but not a solution
Educating employees to protect themselves against phishing and credential theft is necessary, but is it sufficient?
Exclusive interview: Elanation battles child obesity & anxiety with tech
78% of kids who search the internet for content end up frustrated, confused or anxious because that sea of content is so overwhelming.
The three types of employees that can cause a data breach
More and more companies are realizing that trusted & trained employees can also pose an enormous threat. We have identified three types of employees.
ESET offers free cybersecurity awareness training program
ESET is now offering free cybersecurity awareness training for anyone who wants to learn about cybersecurity and the risk of being attacked.
Education solutions steal the show at DIGMYIDEA Maori Innovation Challenge
The winners were Maori sign language app SeeCom and scholarship application platform Scholar+.
Updated: Red Education signs security training deal with Symantec, EC-Council & ForgeRock
IT training firm Red Education has signed deals with Symantec, EC-Council and ForgeRock to boost security training.
New online training tool to help Kiwi businesses slash their cyber risk
Aura Information Security has finished work on the very first module of its e-learning programme as part of the Cyber Security by Kordia suite.
NZTech says immigration and education must equal a healthy tech sector
NZTech says New Zealand is putting its focus overseas to attract tech talent, but it shouldn't be our only initiative.
Top Kiwi teachers win big for digital empowerment
The three education leaders were celebrated at yesterday’s ceremony alongside 366 fellow teachers from the November 2015 and March 2016 cohorts.
Northland kura to get $19 million upgrade for modern learning spaces
The two projects will bring flexible teaching spaces to enable a modern learning environment & technology that will help connect Māori students.
Digital learning supported in New Plymouth school upgrades
“It’s essential that students with learning support needs receive the same educational opportunities as their peers..."
Gareth Morgan’s political party takes aim at school testing, early childhood and teacher quality
"We are currently following other countries down the line of greater assessment, when there is no evidence that will work."
5+ A Day gets interactive with new educators resource
“Children are quick to pick up on digital technology and we are keen to help them learn more about healthy eating."