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Kordia research shows 'bosses overestimate employee cyber smarts'

The ‘human factor’ has long been a weak link when it comes to cyber security.

Businesses can have the best protection available, but if a staff member unknowingly lets a cybercriminal into the system then it won’t matter.

NZ's pioneering AI experts speaking at crucial summit

Many of New Zealand’s pioneering artificial intelligence (AI) experts will provide the latest news and outline new trends at the Aotearoa AI summit in Auckland on March 17.

New Maori cultural app Te Kupenga launched today

A new Māori cultural app launched today called Te Kupenga is being described as an exciting step forward for Hawke’s Bay’s five councils.

Govt must put funding into educating New Zealanders about cyber-risk - NZTech

NZTech says that it is time for the government to put funding into educating New Zealanders about how to avoid being a victim of cybercrime, just as government does for road safety.

Poly Rove wireless phones are the first to bring Microban antimicrobial tech to frontlines

Poly (NYSE: PLT), today announced the new Poly Rove DECT IP phone is the first and only phone solution to exclusively feature built-in Microban antimicrobial product protection.

Only small number of Kiwi students progress to tertiary tech education - survey

Technology is New Zealand’s fastest growing and second biggest export sector, but a new national survey has found only a small number of students progress from secondary to tertiary technology education.

Good to Go: Auckland selected as launch city for new social platform

Go - the new social app designed to help people get off their phones and out with friends - has launched in Auckland.

Digital apprenticeships and more internships needed for NZ tech sector - survey

A major new national digital skills survey of New Zealand’s tech leaders back the creation of a nationwide digital apprenticeship programme.

Kiwi tech can reduce agriculture emissions and increase production - Zest Biotech

Following the release of the Climate Change Commission’s Draft Advice for consultation and the evidence that Aotearoa is not on track to meet emissions targets one Kiwi company is a voice of positivity and innovation, pushing past the negativity and industry insistence that we do not have the t

Gen Z is one of most concerned about sharing their location data with govt - data

It is no secret that tech companies have shared their user information with governments in the past. This makes many Americans feel uncomfortable with how their data is handled.