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Building cyber resilience: The state of the nation

Tech security spending is on the rise, yet the biggest weakness are trusted people and third parties, and it is no different in New Zealand, according to the 2018 Global State of Information Security Survey.

Written by Divina Paredes20 Oct. 17 06:30

The CIO’s journey to artificial intelligence

As a CIO, you’re in the perfect position to educate the company’s CEO and board about recent developments in AI and illustrate how it might influence their business and competitive landscape.

Written by Janelle Hill16 Oct. 17 07:00

Genesis Energy turns hackathon into a 'brainathon'

After a second hackathon in six months, the company is now setting its sights on another, says Jennifer Cherrington Mowat, head of technology and digital at Genesis Energy.

Written by Divina Paredes03 Oct. 17 06:30

10 critical security skills every IT team needs

Focus on hiring talent with the following security skills and your team will be equipped to prevent, protect and mitigate the damage of cybersecurity attacks — and speed recovery efforts.

Written by Sharon Florentine30 Sept. 17 16:05

How to overcome tech’s diversity barriers

Diversity remains a problem in IT. But If you’re a person of color and/or female, the situation is far from hopeless, particularly if you arm yourself with the latest information and advice from your peers.

Written by Fahmida Y. Rashid20 Sept. 17 20:00

What’s coming next for Slack? Plenty

Slack previewed several new features it’s working on for future releases of its popular collaboration software, including advanced security controls and better e-discovery.

Written by David Needle15 Sept. 17 02:29

Telcos top list of most complained about traders: Consumer NZ

“Despite the fact the Fair Trading Act and Consumer Guarantees Act have been in place for over 20 years, some traders are still deliberately hazy about their responsibilities,” says Consumer NZ

Written by Edited by Divina Paredes13 Sept. 17 11:48

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