The National Cyber Security Centre stories
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.
NCSC advisory highlights poor security configurations
The GCSB's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has released a cyber security advisory identifying commonly exploited controls and practices.
GCSB report: NZ firms lack CISOs, human investment
More than 80% of New Zealand’s nationally significant organisations don’t have a dedicated chief information security officer (CISO), a benchmark report from the GCSB and NCSC has found.
GCSB exposes Russia's involvement in malicious cyber attacks
New Zealand and UK blame Russian government for cyber attacks on political institutions, businesses, sports bodies, and media.
'Utterly frightening': UK's critical infrastructure is under attack
The NCSC recently issued a warning that the UK's critical infrastructure has been under cyberattack for at least a year.
80% increase in cyberattacks: “Ultimately it is a race against time”
UK faces more than 10 significant cyber-attacks per week, according to Robin Jones, head of technology resilience at the FCA.
Three key elements to protect Kiwi enterprises from cyber threats
Executive teams must invest in continually improving security management processes to prevent successful attacks.
Don't expect Govt to protect NZ healthcare firms from cyber attacks, health expert warns
New Zealand's health sector warned to prepare for inevitable major cyber attack, despite security efforts.
Cyber security & risk management - what your enterprise needs to consider
New Zealand National Cyber Security Centre: Cyber Security & Risk Management – Issues for consideration at Board Level.