When shopping online, we need to be careful about who we’re buying from and the information we’re giving out. The last thing anyone wants is …
Having an appreciation of the unique characteristics of digital information and digital challenges is key to developing an effective prevention and incident response plan
What is phishing? Phishing is when someone tries to get personal information (like bank account numbers and passwords), from a large audience, so they can …
The internet has changed the way we work, rest and play. With so many ways to connect to friends, family and all kinds of content, …
Cold calling computer technicians have plagued Kiwis with their efforts to gain remote access to computers and steal online banking logins, personal data and more
Go beyond the password! ‘Two factor’ may sound complex but it can boost your security by requiring something you know and something you have
Ransomware is a type of malicious software that denies a user access to their files unless they pay a ransom. Here’s what you can do to reduce the likelihood of an attack.
Your digital footprint is the trail of ‘electronic breadcrumbs’ you leave behind you as you use the internet and it’s important to manage it carefully
NetSafe has been appointed as the Approved Agency under the Harmful Digital Communications Act to manage and assist internet users with cases of online harassment under a new civil enforcement regime.
Advice on how to stay safe online using Kik Messenger