Security – The future of corporate security: Staying safe while travelling

Fri 1 Apr

As these words were being written, Islamist militants kidnapped two Australian nationals in Burkina Faso, dependents of Indian businessmen were targeted for ransom and statistics predicted 3800 cyber-attacks would target New Zealand businesses in the course of the day.

Paul Buchanan

Tax info sharing agreements could extend to spies

Wed 23 Mar 1

NZ regulations covering data-sharing and financial transactions viewed as soft.

Andrew Hampton

Andrew Hampton appointed director of GCSB

Wed 16 Mar 1

The role has been filled by acting director Lisa Fong since February 2016.

InternetNZ deputy chief executive Andrew Cushen: review risks rubber-stamping internet surveillance

Security agency review: InternetNZ fears SIS power grab

Fri 11 Mar

With Labour on board, law changes seem inevitable. With special feature audio.

Prime Minister John Key (Photo: Rob Hosking)

PM raises prospect of Cortex rollout for small businesses

Wed 9 Dec

In a "hypothetical" question to the GCSB's Una Jagose, John Key said there were many small companies who in his view were likely to be subject to online attack.

Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security Cheryl Gwyn

Capital Letter: overseeing the intelligence agencies – more disclosure

Wed 11 Nov

The review noted “the widespread lack of public awareness of the threats NZ actually faces.


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