New law legalizes domestic spying after surveillance of Mega Upload founder Kim Dotcom was ruled illegal.
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Private sector support for RealMe could help turn it into the default New Zealand standard.
An interim report into the release of the email metadata and content of communications by New Zealand MP Peter Dunne, Parliamentary staff and a journalist finds failings in a new IT system servicing both the Executive and Parliament.
Kim Dotcom's Mega service has been accused of facilitating the piracy of Man Booker award winning novel The Luminaries, by Eleanore Catton, but Mega's accuser is now facing probing questions himself.
Sir Robert Rogers has given evidence that communications metadata is treated the same as content when questions of Parliamentary privilege arise.
The scale of the Cryptolocker threat is disputable. It's the psychology that is truly frightening.
An unknown group is demanding payment in bitcoins to pre-empt denial-of-service attacks.
The investigations and forensics software developer is extending its offerings into cyberdefence.
Greens accuse Police of not pursuing a vigorous investigation into the illegal bugging of Kim Dotcom's communications after it is revealed several staff from security bureau GCSB were not interviewed.
John Key breaks with a long-standing tradition that the Prime Minister is directly in charge of the Security Intelligence Service and Government Communications Security Bureau.