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5G protest outside Vodafone Head Office

Tomorrow, Wednesday October 23rd 2019 there is to be a ‘Placard Protest’ outside Vodafone Auckland Head Office on the North Shore. Protestors will gather at 11.30am for a 12pm start - through to 2pm.

Dunedin company to prototype sheep facial recognition technology

The world’s first sheep facial recognition software - which will eliminate the need for costly electronic identification or ear tagging - will be prototyped this year after the company behind it received funding from New Zealand’s innovation agency, Callaghan Innovation.

Norton LifeLock launches Norton 360

Norton LifeLock, Symantec’s consumer cyber safety brand (NASDAQ: SYMC), today announced the launch of New Norton 360, its comprehensive all-in-one protective solution for consumers’ connected devices and online information1.

Smart shirt journey on display at Hamilton’s Smart Space

The development of a ‘smart shirt’ being engineered to improve the safety of forestry workers is just one of the latest innovations on display at Hamilton City Council’s Smart Space.

iSANZ reveal Information security award finalists

A large New Zealand media company, electronic payment provider, joint healthcare agency and specialist information security professionals and businesses have today been named among 15 finalists in this year's iSANZ Awards.

KPMG: New Zealanders continue to get hooked by phishing attacks

The one in nine Kiwis who fell for a faux phishing attack conducted by KPMG this week have demonstrated just how important it is for New Zealand organisations to ensure they have the right controls in place to prevent, detect and rapidly respond to phishing attacks.

Join us and together we can rule the technology space, Company-X tells girls

Smash stereotypes and consider a career in science, technology, engineering and maths. That’s the advice Hamilton-based software specialist Company-X has for girls. Only about 20 per cent of technology-related jobs are held by women.

New agile MBA targets leaders of the 4th Industrial Revolution - UC

The University of Canterbury’s (UC) new Master of Business Administration (MBA) Programme delivers a course that is more relevant to organisations and focuses on emerging technologies, innovations and business needs beyond economic drivers.

Four simple steps to improve cyber security and save millions

Thousands of cyber security incidents and millions of dollars lost could be prevented with four simple steps

Humanoid robots take spotlight in Christchurch

Christchurch Airport has added robot Pepper to its study of disruptive technologies, alongside the Autonomous Smart Shuttle and Virtual Reality training for its fire service.