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Malware targeting business customers of New Zealand banks

12 October 2018

CERT TEC 180518 WEB 245


COVID-19: operating your business at all alert levels

We’ve got some advice to help you make adjustments to the way you work so you can keep your business operating safely un

13 August 2020


Cyber security and social media

Social media has become a way of life for many people. But, as with anything else online, it’s important to be aware of


Invoice scams affecting New Zealand businesses

31 August 2018

CERT TEC 180518 WEB 265

Common Threats

Information leak

An information leak is when your private information gets released without your permission. This can happen through an i

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Preparing your business for Alert Level 3

In Alert Level 3, businesses should still work from home unless they’re unable to and maintain social distancing from ot

24 April 2020


New malware found on routers

7 June 2018


Keeping your mobile phone safe and secure

For many of us, our mobile phone has become something we can’t do without. We carry it around with us all day, and we us


Shopping online safely

While shopping online has price and convenience advantages, it can also come with online security risks.

2019 05 16 MTP 0632


Using Zoom safely

Since moving into Alert Levels 3 and 4, more New Zealanders than ever have been exploring new ways of connecting online.

11 May 2020


Misuse of Cisco devices

18 April 2018

2019 05 16 MTP 0611


COVID-19: CERT NZ availability through levels 3 and 4

CERT NZ is still taking incident reports through the shut-down period.

25 March 2020


Extracting header information from an email

If you've received a phishing email or other email scam, you can find details of who sent it to you in the email's heade


RealMe phishing emails

7 March 2018

2019 05 16 MTP 0646

Common Threats

COVID-19 scams

Scammers will use any opportunity to try to trick and manipulate people into giving out their personal or financial deta


Vulnerabilities in computer processors

8 January 2018