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CERT NZ’s Insights and Intelligence team produces periodic threat reports to illustrate and identify notable trends in information we collect. This leads to highlighting threats and possible actions or interventions for consideration.
We have collected these reports on this page.x
Published January 2024
This report aims to inform IT management of the adversarial and defensive applications of recent advances in generative artificial intelligence (GenAI).
Published July 2023
This report focuses on recent artificial intelligence advancements and how it can be used to cause harm to regional, culturally significant (RCS) communities.
For more on AI see our guide to common threats.
CERT NZ has developed the CERT NZ Incident Communications Framework, it’s designed to be used by any organisation during a cyber incident. The framework establishes what steps should be taken and at what time to properly communicate to customers, clients, and other stakeholders, without creating panic or stress. It can be added to any existing incident response plan as the communications section.
Cyber security threats affect all New Zealanders. Attackers are opportunistic and don’t necessarily target specific individuals or groups. It’s important to stay secure online, to help New Zealanders protect themselves and their loved ones we have translated and adapted our simple cyber security step into eight different languages and five alternate formats.
CERT NZ and The Research Agency have produced Cyber Change – a book of behaviour change techniques aimed at prompting positive cyber security actions.
The guide was created for government and industry agencies who are working in the area of online security, and its purpose is to share insights about how to improve the effectiveness of cyber security interventions.
Cyber Change is part of wider research project exploring New Zealanders’ cyber security attitudes, barriers and motivations. For more information on this research and the insights read our Cyber security attitudes and motivations: Integrated Insights.
CERT NZ’s four simple steps for Cyber Smart Week are important all year round. Download our posters below to spread the message in your organisation or business.