About our data
Reporting quarters are based on the calendar year, 1 January to 31 December.
We receive reports of incidents from both individuals and organisations. They choose how much or how little they feel comfortable providing, often about very sensitive incidents. We will not share specific details about an incident, without the reporting party's consent.
We aren't always able to verify the information we receive, though we try to, particularly when dealing with significant cyber security incidents.
The way we collect and use the information provided to us is set out in our privacy and information statement.
In this section
CERT NZ’s Quarter Three Report provides an overview of the cyber security events reported between 1 July and 30 September 2018. It also gives advice...
This quarter, CERT NZ received the highest number of reports yet. Between 1 April and 30 June, over 700 cyber security incidents were reported to us.
CERT NZ’s Quarter One Report 2018 provides an overview of the cyber security incidents reported this quarter. Age data has also been included for th...
CERT NZ’s fourth quarter report (1 October – 31 December) covers the latest cyber security threats in New Zealand and a summary of results for 201...
The latest quarterly report for CERT NZ is for quarter three (1 July – 30 September) 2017.
Since our launch on 11 April 2017, we have analysed trends in local cyber security data.