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Financial losses from scams slide, but phishing attacks rise

The easiest way for people and organisations to protect themselves is to ensure they have good cyber hygiene practices.

Attackers are becoming more and more sophisticated in their access to technology.

The amount of money New Zealanders lost to cyber-based scams declined over the June quarter to its lowest point in six months, according to Cert NZ’s latest quarterly report.

The Government’s cyber watchdog's data showed there were 1950 reported cybersecurity incidents over the quarter, compared

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