AI to customise cyber threats, predicts cybersecurity firm Gen
Gen predicts AI will customise and escalate cyber threats by 2024, making cybersecurity a daily life necessity.
ESET Research discovers new cyber threat to Mac users
Researchers from ESET have discovered a previously unknown macOS backdoor that spies on users of compromised Macs.
ESET discovers DazzleSpy, a new macOS spying malware
New macOS malware has been found, spying on visitors to a Hong Kong radio station news site, according to ESET Research.
Android stalkerware on the rise
ESET research reveals a significant increase in Android stalkerware detections, with serious security and privacy issues identified in these monitoring apps.
U.S. face meets egg – used telecom tech to spy on own allies
Huawei revels in a ‘gotcha’ moment in the wake of The Washington Post’s revelation that the US Govt used backdoors in CIA-owned tech company to spy on allies.
Zoom meetings infiltrated by hackers - Check Point
Check Point Research found hackers could eavesdrop on Zoom meetings by generating and verifying Zoom meeting IDs.
Are we being watched? Concerns over govt surveillance on Australians
Aussies wary as poll spots surveillance worries, says Digital Rights Watch.
Huawei chairman accuses the US of spying
Huawei boss rebuts US spy fears, champions digital inclusion at MWC.
Huawei to Poland: 'We'll build a cybersecurity centre if that's what it takes'
Huawei says it will build a cybersecurity centre in Poland if that’s what it takes to convince the world that it’s a trustworthy organisation.
US intelligence agencies accuse Huawei & ZTE of spying - again
Four US intelligence agencies have accused Huawei of spying on customers who own Huawei smart devices, but they aren't sharing any evidence.
Encryption with backdoors? Internet advocates call out Five Eyes leaders for 'shortsighted' tactics
Even if measures to restrict strong encryption access are put in place, adversaries will switch to new tools crafted without the Five Eyes network.
InternetNZ calls out Govt's Intelligence and Security Bill
Government's Intelligence and Security Bill raises concerns for InternetNZ, who believe it goes against the purpose of a free and open society.
Green Party calls out prime minister on Pacific Island spying
The Green Party demands an explanation from New Zealand Prime Minister John Key over illegal spying on citizens of Cook Islands and Niue.
InternetNZ boss slams mass collection of Pacific data
New Zealand's alleged mass data harvesting on Pacific Island nations raises concerns about privacy, says InternetNZ.
REVEALED: Dirty deal between NZ telcos and the GCSB...
We explain the legislative act that governs relations between the New Zealand telecommunications industry and surveillance agencies.
Key 'sets record straight'... Rubbishes mass surveillance claims
Prime Minister John Key denies claims of mass surveillance by New Zealand's intelligence agency, GCSB.(93).
The cyber security spy who didn't love me... Greens slam PM
Green Party calls for separation of cyber protection functions from the GCSB, stating PM John Key is using surveillance scare tactics.
'Moment of truth' as Dotcom ramps up PM spying pressure...
PM John Key's assurances on no mass surveillance to be tested, Internet Party leader says resignation if false.
Can Key rule out that GCSB is sharing NZ’s data?
New evidence suggests that New Zealand's GCSB is sharing metadata with the NSA, contradicting government claims. #surveillance #privacy.
Dotcom GCSB ruling… a sad day for NZ
It's a sad day for the people of New Zealand when government spies can break the law and not be held to account for it.
Is the writing on the wall for US spying?
Internet mogul Kim Dotcom has defaced US embassy in Berlin, condemning US surveillance practices.
NZ spies carry damaging disguise
By approving proposals to new government spy laws, are New Zealanders running the inherent risk of accepting an ideology that is abhorrently wrong? After all, legal does not mean right.
Facebook slams NZ spying law
Social networking giant seeks an exemption over government proposals which could see over two million Kiwis spied on by authorities.
Five Eyes, Spies and Govt lies…Dotcom speaks
Kim Dotcom expresses concerns over government surveillance and supports Edward Snowden in his latest column for The Guardian.