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Kiwis’ security concerns reach new peak - Unisys Security Index finds

The New Zealand public’s concern about security issues is the highest it has been in the last decade - according to the 2017 Unisys Security Index.

Unisys Security Index finds NZ security concerns reach new peak

The New Zealand public’s concern about security issues is the highest it has been in the last decade - according to the 2017 Unisys Security Index.

Ryan Ko's top five cyber safety tips

Unique malware is being created every half second, so there’s no better time than the present to up your cyber security game, according to University of Waikato Associate Professor Ryan Ko.

World of wearable tech showcased in new infographic

Callaghan Innovation today launched the second product in a new Infographics Series, which it hopes will demystify key technology areas and raise awareness of the opportunities that these technologies are creating.

Avondale College students on their way to MOS World Champs

Avondale College students have once again beaten over half a million global contestants to qualify for the world finals of the Certiport Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship and the Adobe Certified Associate Championship being held in the USA next month.

Blind Foundation collaborates with 2degrees

Blind Foundation clients, who are on the 2degrees mobile network, can now download their favourite magazines and books on the BookLink app without worrying about the cost of data.

Women step into start-up spotlight at ilab UQ

Women are rising to the start-up challenge, with half the early stage companies in the latest ilab UQ Germinate accelerator program led by female founders.

VMware NSX meets government security standards

VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW) today announced that VMware NSX has achieved the Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance Level (EAL) 2+ certification under the Common Criteria Evaluation and Certification Scheme.

Queenstown becomes NZ's first town with 4.5G

Queenstown becomes New Zealand’s first town with 4.5G - enabling fastest mobile speeds in the country

Vulnerabilities discovered in Microsoft browsers

A Wellington-based ICT security company, Security-Assessment.com, has uncovered vulnerabilities in the Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer browsers which can allow attackers to obtain sensitive information and potentially run malicious code on victim machines.

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