Check out the latest events and activities from Connect Smart and our Partners.
22 June 2015
This year's Connect Smart Week has a theme of Making Cyber Security Simple and a target audience of SMEs.
With a new range of resources and events planned, the team at Connect Smart are looking forward to launching this year's Week and the follow-on activities.
Nathalie Morris, Ubiquity | 28 May 2015
While there is a lot to email security, Nathalie Morris from Ubiquity, has given her Top 5 Tips towards enabling your business and employees to be more secure.
Steve Macmillan, MPA | 28 May 2015
Steve Macmillan from MPA, a New Zealand owned IT distribution specialist, gave Connect Smart his advice on why IT policies are so important for any organisation. IT policies are essential to not only protect organisations, but look out for employees as well.
27 April 2015
The Connect Smart Video Series: Episode One – Microsoft on New Zealand and the global issue of cyber security, featuring Paul Nicholas and Pierre Noel.
09 April 2015
Can we trust anyone online?
Heather Ward, Principal Advisor at the National Cyber Policy Office/Connect Smart, joins Toni Demetriou of Department of Internal Affairs and Chris Hails of NetSafe on the panel for Social Media Club Auckland’s Conspiracies and Scams Event.
David Eaton, CTO Enterprise Services, HP New Zealand | 23 March 2015
The intersection of mobility and security represents a defining challenge for the current generation of ICT leaders. Cyber security was a prominent global issue in 2014, and remains so through 2015. As we continue to see a shift towards mobility, there are serious implications for business...
09 March 2015
Delta Insurance have just released their white paper Safeguarding Business from Cyber Threats noting that cyber risk will soon cost New Zealand businesses up to half a billion dollars a year! In conjunction with the University of Auckland they report that cybercrime is New Zealand’s third...
10 February 2015
Connect Smart is pleased to support Safer Internet Day, promoting safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones, especially among children and young people across the world. Paul Ask Provides his thoughts on how kiwis can help.