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NZTech welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Safer Online Services and MediaPlatforms discussion document (Discussion Document) and supports the Government’songoing efforts to foster a safe internet environment for consumers. Our submission focuses on what we consider to be key elements of the proposedframework. These include proposals for regulating content, determining services inscope of the … Continue reading "Safer Online Services and Media Platforms"
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Blockchain NZ thanks the Ministry of Justice for the opportunity to submit on its Review of the AML/CFT Act consultation document. This submission is in response to sections relating to regulations and obligations of virtual asset service providers. In response to the review, BlockchainNZ are aware of the Ministry’s aspiration to make Aotearoa New Zealand … Continue reading "BlockchainNZ Submission – Review of the AML/CFT Act"
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New Zealand Cyber Security Summit This NZTech briefing paper provides insights from the recent New Zealand Cyber Security Summit in Wellington, including key observations from roundtable discussions involving senior executives and security specialists from a broad cross section of government agencies, largeprivate corporations and the tech sector.
Reports suggest there is a global skills shortage of cyber security professionals, as government and corporations struggle to keep up with the large growth in cyber threats. This paper explores the cyber skills challenge and insights from the NZTech Leaders Forum. Paper prepared by NZTech.
Creating cyber security, resilience and readiness. Insights and recommendations from the 2015 NZTech Advance Security Summit. Paper prepared by NZTech.