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Scams, scams, and social media: The security pain points catching Kiwis off guard
A new research report further supports the stark reality of just how many scammers are trying their luck on New Zealanders.
NZ's first human-robot interaction conference breaks new ground
“As well as demonstrations of robots performing the haka, telepresence robots will be roaming the conference to enable people to attend remotely."
New Zealand teachers are super satisfied with their jobs, study finds
The research shows 89% of New Zealand’s Year 7-10 teachers think the advantages of the job clearly outweigh the disadvantages.
NZ research workshops established to grow innovation
"The new institutes are proposed in order to stimulate leading edge, commercially focused, and industry relevant research in regional New Zealand."
Smart choice as Kiwis favour smartphones?
Almost 50% of New Zealanders now own a smartphone, with nearly a third choosing the device over any other tech gadget - are you one of them?
Whitepaper: How to explain why IT security needs more budget
Do you want to convince your higher-ups that IT and security need more budget?
A step-by-step guide to starting the security discussion with your executives
Your organisation has “jewels” in your servers and critical endpoints: Data.
E-book: The quick MSP guide to Security-as-a-Service
You may have a great security offering in you -aaS portfolio, but how do you know if it's the right one? And what could it cost you if it isn't?
The features that should be front and centre when evaluating SIEMs
According to Frost & Sullivan, SIEM can either be an enabler or a retardant and there's a thin line between the two - here's the key attributes.
Review: Cut through the noise with AI-driven threat analytics
SANS has provided an independent review of a new AI analytics solution designed to rescue businesses 'drowning in data' from SIEM platforms.