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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.
Flubot malware, botnets, phishing round out top security issues plaguing Kiwis in Q3
Malware and scams continue to plague thousands of New Zealanders, laying $3.3 million to waste in just three months.
It's Fraud Awareness Week: How you can steer clear of scams and fraud
Netsafe reports 86% rise in identity fraud and 37% increase in investment fraud in New Zealand, sparking concern over online safety.
Cyber Smart Week takes cybersecurity back to basics
Cyber Smart Week, led by CERT NZ, aims to improve cybersecurity and raise awareness of cyber threats in New Zealand.
The who’s who of NZ’s government & public cybersecurity agencies
NZ champions cyber defence amid rising tech innovation.
Ransomware, crypto scams & brute-forced passwords: Highlights from CERT NZ's Q2 report
The number of cybersecurity incidents in the second quarter of 2021 has risen to more than 1,350, accounting for $3.9 million in direct financial losses.
Cyber security breach reports rise 25%
The number of cyber security incidents reported in this country has risen 25 percent since the same time last year. .
DDoS campaigns, BEC scams & Emotet: CERT NZ reports top security threats
New Zealanders have suffered $6.4m in financial losses due to cybersecurity incidents, according to CERT NZ's latest quarterly report.
CERT NZ: Kiwis lose $7.8m to cyber attacks; incident reports soar
Cyber attacks in New Zealand have surged by 42% this year, with almost 60% of the 3,102 reported incidents coming from individuals, according to CERT NZ.