How protected are migrants and refugees from cybercrime in Aotearoa?
Over 35% of Kiwis are affected by scams weekly. Do migrants and refugees have equitable access to online protection tools?.
Aotearoa's new Privacy Commissioner shares focus moving forward
New Privacy Commissioner Michael Webster aims to prioritize privacy and increase data safety in New Zealand organizations.
NZ’s Cyber Resilience Framework to be evolving and potentially automated
The government's already putting $2.4 million into the Cyber Resilience Framework in its initial stages, what is it and why is it important?.
How well do rangatahi understand cyber safety in Aotearoa?
Do rangatahi in Aotearoa understand the importance of being safe online, or has lifelong exposure to the internet resulted in widespread complacency?.
Why printing security plays a vital part in keeping Aotearoa safe
Kiwis are facing new challenges in securing their printing operations as cyber threats increase, highlighting the need for better security measures.
The privacy and cybersecurity concerns of driving AVs in NZ
NZ scrutinizes driverless car risks: cybersecurity, privacy fears ahead as AV policy evolves.
How secure is accounting software data in Aotearoa?
A recent Xero study found ICT spending for NZ businesses has increased 25% compared to pre-pandemic levels, so how safe is accounting software?.
Unknown connections: How safe is public WiFi in Aotearoa?
Kiwis are surprisingly unaware of the risks involved in using public WiFi, according to a study by Norton and Symantec.
Online identity theft is rising in NZ - here’s what to do about it
It may start with a few stolen details online, but it could end with thousands of dollars missing or worse, a reputation down the drain.
The link between cybersecurity, extremist threat and misinformation online in Aotearoa
Long story short, it's often the case that misinformation, threat and extremism link closely to cybersecurity issues and cyber harm.
Cybercrime in Aotearoa: How does New Zealand law define it?
‘Cybercrime’ is a term we hear all the time, but what exactly is it, and how does New Zealand define it in legal terms?.
Why is NZ lagging behind the world in cybersecurity?
New Zealand ranks 56th in the world for cybersecurity, according to a report by TUANZ. The country aims to be in the top 10 by 2030.
Can SMEs run a hybrid work model securely in Aotearoa?
While the hybrid work model may have offered protection from COVID-19, have small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) remained as safe from outside threats?.
Why how you store data could make or break your business
Data storage can often be a low priority but the consequences can be devastating. Why is this so important and what should NZ companies be thinking about?.
Māori and cyber safety - Examining an unsafe online climate and the need for action
Aotearoa's cybersecurity initiatives are failing to protect Māori communities from online risks and discrimination, leading to calls for change.
Could New Zealanders initiate a cyber attack from within?
The threat landscape is significantly increasing worldwide, and the opportunities it presents are a growing concern in Aotearoa.
The path to bolstering supply chain security in New Zealand
Supply chain security is a matter of national security, with businesses called on to prioritize cybersecurity following high-profile attacks like SolarWinds.
The ups and downs and runarounds of catching cybercriminals in NZ
We're becoming more and more aware of cybercrimes but how many criminals actually get caught? The New Zealand police explain why the answer is complicated.
The dark web in Aotearoa: Is it as bad as we think?
Encountering the term 'dark web' might bring thoughts of criminal activity and harmful behaviour to mind, but what exactly is it, and is it all bad?.
Are Kiwis winning or losing when it comes to gaming security?
The rise of online gaming in New Zealand comes with significant risks, as cyber attacks target players, especially the younger ones.
Investigating the secure frontline of NZ's eInvoicing rollout
As of 31 March 2022, Central Government agencies in Aotearoa New Zealand were required to be capable of receiving eInvoices.
How prepared is Aotearoa for a major cybersecurity breach?
Because of the digital world we now live in, the risk of cyber attacks means that geography is no longer enough to distance ourselves from tensions overseas.
Password hygiene in New Zealand: Statistics, standing and standpoints
The state of password hygiene in New Zealand remains largely unknown, with limited studies and fragmented data.
The generation gap: Protecting our kaumātua online
New Zealand's elderly population is at risk of cyber threats due to a lack of online safety knowledge and support systems, says Age Concern NZ.