Solarwinds
Cyber Security

Is there a trojan on your network?

The Solarwinds attack has wreaked havoc across thousands of organisations, writes Planit Software Testing’s David Withers APP, and electronic physical security systems are particularly vulnerable to it.  US Government departments are among the 18,000 enterprise customers affected […]

Converged security
Cyber Security

Security Convergence: A System of Systems approach

Jason Cherrington, CEO of Optic Security Group, writes that converging the digital and physical security functions within traditionally siloed organisations requires a bit of ‘systems thinking’. I’ve been championing what I call the ‘converged security […]

New Privacy Act
Infosec

Privacy Act grows teeth and comes of age

NZSM journalist Joanna Mathers unpacks the new Privacy Act, a much-needed update that brings New Zealand’s privacy legislation into the digital age – and businesses will need to get on board. Data is currency in […]

Digital document revolution
Document Security

A note of caution on the digital document revolution

Ian Lancaster, former managing director of Reconnaissance International and lead author and editor of ‘Physical to Digital: A Revolution in Document Security’, advocates for greater balance between physical and digital safeguards A revolution is underway in […]

Data breach
Cyber Security

Data Breaches: An Australasian perspective

In the first in series of articles, David Withers APP, Consultant at Planit Software Testing, considers recent data breaches from an Australasian perspective and the role of two factor authentication. The recently published Jefferies Identity Theft […]

Baltimore cyber attack
Cyber Security

Lessons from the Baltimore cyberattack for NZ

According to FintechNZ’s General Manager James Brown, New Zealand can take lessons from the U.S. city of Baltimore, which was offline for over a week in May following a ransomware cyberattack. Hackers breached the Maryland […]