The Reserve Bank of New Zealand – Te Pūtea Matua's investigation into the malicious illegal breach of a third-party file sharing application has "significantly progressed", the bank said today.
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Fuel chain operator Z Energy is aiming to boost its customer experience and open the gates to innovation through deploying secure managed payment services.
The Department of Corrections is poised to go back to the market and potentially disrupt one of the longest-running application outsourcing contracts in government.
The CEO of New Zealand cybersecurity distributor Chillisoft is spying new opportunities after US security operations centre vendor LogRhythm bought threat detection platform MistNet earlier this month.
Auckland-based GPS component maker is hitting a revenue sweet spot, driven by increased global 5G mobile network rollouts and a major fire that took out a key competitor.
A software patch from vendor Accellion was released on December 24 in the US, according to a new report, leaving the hacked Reserve Bank of New Zealand little or no time to implement the fix.
Reserve Bank of New Zealand - Te Pūtea Matua governor Adrian Orr says the bank's data breach is contained, but it will take time to determine the impact.
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand, which revealed a breach of sensitive data yesterday, acknowledged a series of cyber security shortcomings in a consultation document last year.
A long-running tax investigation of Oracle's New Zealand business has resulted in an assessment of tax shortfalls over three financial years.
In the wake of announcing increased investment in its IT systems and capabilities yesterday, the New Zealand Stock Exchange has also found a new chief information officer.
The NZ Stock Exchange is recognising the need for further investment to improve the stability and resilience of its technology.
A review of the government's procurement marketplace by KPMG identified numerous failings in the way an online catalogue was developed.
Two very senior executives are joining Datacom from major rivals, one each from Tata Consultancy Services and Spark-owned CCL.
Cloud security vendor Zscaler is launching its global zero trust access platform Zscaler Private Access (ZPA) in New Zealand.
SecureCom has inked a nationwide, 24-hour, seven-day support partnership with NEC NZ to service SecureCom customers.