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Kiwis know security is important, but they're not doing much about it
Kiwis worry about online safety but skip basic protections like antivirus, new survey shows.
Kaseya expands IT assessment and compliance software portfolio
Kaseya recently announced the acquisition of RapidFire Tools, expanding their IT assessment and compliance software portfolio.
Why urgent action is needed to protect privacy in cyberspace
Joseph Cannataci, who is exploring avenues for protecting cyberspace privacy, said it was both urgent and essential for countries to act together.
Hands-on review: Norton WiFi Privacy, is it worth the price?
Security threats are a major concern, and these threats are only becoming more prominent as we connect more devices to the internet.
Is the IoT putting Kiwis at risk?
Kiwi homes risk cyber threats as IoT uptake surges, with many failing to secure an average of 26 devices.
Why machine learning is essential for cybersecurity
AI in cybersecurity: A vital tool against rising cyber threats.
Who's that in your network? Security strategies to take control of every user group
The retail sector is one of the most lucrative sectors for cyber attackers. SonicWall can help you navigate the challenges & build a security system.
Calls for submissions on updates to NZ Search and Surveillance Act 2012
The Government seeks public feedback on proposed updates to the Search and Surveillance Act 2012 in New Zealand.
Kiwis show 'room for improvement' with cyber security in the workplace
Connect Smart Week in New Zealand aims to improve cyber security awareness with a quiz, but there's room for improvement.
Kiwis ditch cash, embrace digital payments
Almost half of New Zealanders expect cash to be obsolete in ten years, with mobile payments and wearables taking over.
Kiwis overconfident when it comes to online security
Symantec says that despite the concern and awareness of cybercrime, consumers are overconfident in their online security behaviours.
New security app from ESET to protect children online
ESET launches new parental control app for Android devices in Asia Pacific, helping parents protect their children online.
Digital citizens need more vigilance about online safety
Digital citizens, from consumers and SMBs to multinationals, are being encouraged to increase their awareness about safe internet use.
The generation most at risk of online threats in NZ? Millennials.
New research reveals that millennials in New Zealand are the most at risk of online threats. #millennials #onlinesecurity.
VPN technology: Protecting your online life
Only 1 in 4 safeguard their web privacy with a VPN, amidst rising online data risks, suggests F-Secure's latest insights.
Kiwis: Are you as safe as you think you are online?
New Zealanders oblivious to cyber threats despite spending five hours a day on mobile internet, says Trend Micro.
AVG Technologies snaps up Privax, global privacy provider
AVG Technologies bolsters its privacy arsenal by acquiring Privax, the esteemed provider of VPN services, for $40M plus potential bonuses.
Online security causing pause for thought for SMBs
Online security is causing concern for Kiwi SMBs, but UFB uptake is rising and SMBsare reaping the financial rewards of online presence.
Kiwi consumers urged to stay vigilant amid online threats
Despite decreases of online threats, New Zealanders are being urged to take a vigilant approach to cybersecurity this year.
Cross-pollinate for success
Teaming up with other industries and carving out a niche reselling cloud applications offers IT resellers the chance to further grow their business according to GeoOp’s Leanne Graham.
Free antivirus, firewall from Check Point
ZoneAlarm bundle combines core offerings in bid to spur 'widespread internet security movement'.
Microsoft wants virus-infected PCs quarantined
Compromised PCs put other internet users at risk, says the software giant.
7 tips to protect your privacy
Discover how to dodge digital eyes and safeguard your online privacy with our top 7 tips, including incognito mode, opting out, and more.
Cybercrime: News is the new sex
Criminals are using real world events, rather than sex, to entrap online users, says a new report.