Connect Smart Week 2016

Connect Smart Week 2016 

 

Connect Smart Week 2016 was 10 – 14 October, with events and activities run by Connect Smart and Partners from across the business, community and government sectors.

The theme for 2016 was improving the cyber security awareness and capability of individuals in the workplace.

 

Resources

Online

  1. Online quiz - How Cyber Smart are you?
  2. Online Glossary – Connect Smart Jargon Buster (Download PDF 261 KB)
  3. Colmar Brunton Connect Smart Research 2016 (Download PDF 1.2 MB) 
  4. Security Awareness Implementation Guide (Downlaod PDF 152 KB)

Videos

  1. Prime Minister John Key cyber security advice – Video on Facebook
  2. Communications Minister Amy Adams cyber security advice – Video on Facebook
  3. Minister of Internal Affairs Peter Dunne cyber security advice – Video on Facebook
  4. New Zealand Police ransomware awareness – Video on Facebook
  5. New Zealand Police phishing awareness – Video on Facebook
  6. Prime Minister John Key speech to Cyber Security Summit – Video on YouTube
  7. Minister for Communications Amy Adams address to Cyber Security Summit – Video on YouTube
  8. Jim Lewis, Senior Vice President and Program Director, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) speech to Cyber Security Summit – Video on YouTube
  9. Matt Thomlinson, Microsoft: Security, Assurance, Resilience – Cyber Security Summit 2016 – Video on YouTube
  10. Richard Bejtlich, FireEye: You've Been Hacked! – Cyber Security Summit – Video on YouTube
  11. Richard Bejtlich, FireEye: Hacking and Defence – Cyber Security Summit – Video on YouTube
  12. Richard Bejtlich, FireEye: Questions to ask your IT provider – Cyber Security Summit – Video on YouTube

Tip sheets

  1. Connect Smart Week 2016 – Introduction (Download PDF 672 KB)
  2. Tip Sheet 1 – Connect Smart Resources (Download PDF 917 KB)
  3. Tip Sheet 2 – How to start a workplace conversation (Download PDF 1.03 MB)
  4. Tip Sheet 3 – Running a Connect Smart campaign at work (Download PDF 475 KB)
  5. Tip Sheet 4 – Phishing (Download PDF 519 KB)
  6. Tip Sheet 5 – Ransomware (Download PDF 571 KB)
  7. Tip Sheets – All (Download PDF 1.40 MB)

Case study

  1. Case Study – Contact Energy and Connect Smart (Download PDF 836 KB)

Posters

  1. Connect Smart Week Poster – 1 (Download PDF 455 KB)
  2. Connect Smart Week Poster – 2 (Download PDF 45.6 KB)
  3. Connect Smart Week Poster – 3 (Download PDF 1.51 MB)
  4. Connect Smart Week Poster – 4 (Download PDF 53.9 KB)

Infographics

  1. What's at stake for New Zealand? (Download PDF 104 KB)
  2. International (Download PDF 81.7 KB)
  3. Ransomware (Download PDF 118 LB)
  4. Phishing/Suspicious Email (Download PDF 140 KB)
  5. Think before you click (Download PDF 306 KB)

Logos

  1. Logo – Hi-Res Colour (JPEG 251 KB or PNG 190 KB)
  2. Logo – Hi-Res Grey (JPEG 153 KB or PNG 63.9 KB)

Media Releases

  1. Connect Smart Week Gears Up (Download PDF 91.3 KB)
  2. One in five Kiwis affected by cybercrime (Download PDF 143 KB)
  3. Do you know your phish from your malware? (Download PDF 78.3 KB)
  4. Kiwis hooked by online phishing expedition (Download PDF 83.2 KB)
  5. Jargon Buster (Download PDF 76 KB)
  6. Kiwis' understanding of cyber security positive for the future (Download PDF 80.6 KB)

Stay Smart Online and Connect Smart

This Connect Smart Week, Connect Smart in New Zealand collaborated with Stay Smart Online, the Australian Government's online safety and security programme, which also ran its awareness campaign at the same time.

This Security Awareness Implementation Guide for business was developed by the Stay Smart Online initiative in collaboration with the New Zealand’s Connect Smart partnership, Australia Post, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited, Commonwealth Bank, NBN, National Australia Bank, Westpac and Telstra.

Being smart online is all about protecting sensitive corporate and customer information, your brand and your reputation, which are the most important assets your business will own. While every business is different, promoting safe online behaviour is critical, regardless of industry, state of the market or internal circumstances. Protecting yourself also protects friends, family and work.

Security Awareness Implementation Guide (Download PDF 145 KB)

Programme of Activity

  1. Programme of Activity (Download PDF 922 KB)

 

Connect Smart Week 2016


 

Connect Smart Week 2016 was 10 – 14 October, with events and activities run by Connect Smart and Partners from across the business, community and government sectors.

The theme for 2016 was improving the cyber security awareness and capability of individuals in the workplace.

Since it was founded in 2014, Connect Smart has been working to grow awareness of cyber risk, build capability and develop the partnership.  This year we made available tips and guides that could be used by any business to protect themselves against common cyber security threats like phishing and ransomware.   

We encouraged businesses to consider running an event, or campaign, in their workplace during Connect Smart Week to build cyber security skills and capability in their workplace.

Improving trans-tasman collaboration around cyber security was a priority and this year we ran Connect Smart Week at the same time as Australia’s Stay Smart Online week.  

Read the New Zealand Cyber Security Strategy

Download the Programme of Activity

Connect Smart Week 2016 - Report to Partners

Colmar Brunton Connect Smart 2016 Research

Colmar Brunton post Connect Smart Week 2016 Research