New Zealand Internet Task Force
New Zealand Internet Task Force

Improving the cyber security posture of New Zealand

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New Zealand Internet Task Force

New Zealand Internet Task Force

Improving the cyber security posture of New Zealand


Improving the cyber security posture of New Zealand

What is the NZITF?

The New Zealand Internet Task Force (NZITF) is a non-profit with the mission of improving the cyber security posture of New Zealand.   It is a forum based on mutual trust for debate, networking, information sharing, and collaboration on matters relating to the cyber security of New Zealand.

What does the NZITF do?

The NZITF brings together domestic and international experts in a collaborative effort to improve the cyber security posture of New Zealand in defending against and mitigating cyber based threats.  It works to achieve this through provisioning cost effective training, information sharing, networking, and collaboration.

Who is involved?

The NZITF is a community of security professionals across government, law enforcement, academia, information security, and private sector industries including telecommunications, information technology, and banking.

Membership

If you are interested in joining please email membership [at] nzitf.org.nz for further details.

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NZITF welcomes launch of CERT NZ

The New Zealand Internet Task Force (NZITF) welcomes the Government’s launch of a dedicated Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) for New Zealand. Newly-established CERT NZ opened its doors in early April. Its role includes incident response and triage, situational awareness, advice and outreach, international collaboration with other…

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Email invoice fraud proves persistent

Email invoice fraud continues to be a problem affecting small and medium business in New Zealand. But there are some simple, practical actions you can take to reduce your risk. This type of fraud happens via hacked email accounts, which are used to resend duplicate invoices that look just like the real thing. It works like this: Hackers…

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