Government and critical sector organisations will be trained in intrusion detection techniques, malware platforms, vulnerability handling and penetration testing, network protocols and data flows, and digital forensics.
Reports in New Zealand about online threats are rising. However, a closer look reveals a growing need for New Zealanders to arm themselves firsthand with cybersecurity knowledge.
The government has set up a Cybersecurity Services Regulation Office to administer the licensing framework, enforce and maintain licensing processes, as well as offer public resources on licensable cybersecurity services.
The two sides aim to nurture a digital future through a human-centric approach by providing equal and accessible connectivity, ensuring the security and protection of data, and equipping society with the necessary skills.
As part of the Central Bureau of Investigation’s Cyber Awareness Week, the programme made all stakeholders more conscious of the dangers of cyberspace as well as provided the tools to effectively protect themselves against online criminals.
Government agencies and financial institutions collect and maintain large volumes of data in support of their operations - optimal use of data collection underpins the ability to identify and prevent fraud.
Delegates gather to explore the best technologies and practices to ensure organisational and client safety in the new norm.
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