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Kordia launches Women in Tech scholarship at the University of Waikato
The scholarship is established to acknowledge and support up-and-coming female talent and future technology leaders.
Industrial revolution will shape NZ's dairy and farming industries
“With IoT, data is coming so fast and being produced so quickly we need to be very, very efficient."
Kiwi partnership keeping a 'vigilant' eye on fraudsters
"While some systems claim to be using artificial intelligence to analyse transactions, this is the most sophisticated tool available in New Zealand."
Waikato Uni researcher travels to NATO's cybersecurity hub
"Militaries can be very closed bubbles, so that’s why I think having a centre for research excellence is a good thing."
Aura InfoSec & University of Waikato seek talent for new Aura Professor of Cyber Security role
The new Aura Professor of Cyber Security will focus on risk assessment research and delivery, particularly in penetration testing.
University of Waikato scores 'InfoSec milestone' as NZ's first (ISC)² training provider
“The University of Waikato will be the first (ISC)² OTP in New Zealand, which will be a milestone for the information security community here."
Waikato Uni academic says cybercrime is now bigger than drug trafficking
“Every half-second a unique malware or virus is created somewhere in the world," says Dr Ryan Ko.
Behind the STRATUS project: The security researchers on a mission to bring data control back to users
Users trust that cloud providers to keep data safe, but they don't know what happens to data once it's in the cloud.
Crime drama inspires NZ student to embrace cyber security career
The allure of crime shows like NCIS could be enough to attract more people to study for a career in cyber security.
How a Waikato Uni grad transformed Tonga's cyber security
“If we don’t develop a better understanding of cyber security and implement strategies as a society, cybercrimes will become commonplace."
University brings robots to show and tell at Fieldays
"Robots never sleep, and this makes them ideal workers. They’ll do the menial work humans should no longer be expected to do."
Online training could make New Zealand roads safer
Higher Ed and business worlds meet with hopes to improve road safety with innovative online driver education simulations and research.
Waikato Uni & Tongan Government stand side by side for cyber security
The University of Waikato and the Government of Tonga are now officially embarking on a collaborative framework for cyber security issues.
Math trail sets Waikato on learning journey with bot buddy
New educational trail enables people to recognise and be intrigued by the mathematics all around them. Opening their eyes to maths and its usefulness.
Robotics revolution set to shake up New Zealand's primary industries
Robotics and smart machinery could help accelerate efficency, quality, safety - and it could save our primary industries money.
Weekly NZ security roundup: RedShield, Palo Alto Networks, non-malware attacks and firewalls
SecurityBrief New Zealand revisits the biggest stories from the week that was.
Waikato Uni student presents cybersecurity research to Tongan IT experts
The University of Waikato has sent a student to present a cyber security thesis to more than 20 information system personnel in Tonga.
NZ on the global stage as Hamilton set to host to major cybersecurity forum
Humble Hamilton is set to play host to international experts in April as a major cybersecurity forum comes to town.
World on the brink of collapse - NZ Cyber security challenge to the rescue
Their only chance of survival now is to try and turn the tables by launching an offensive manoeuvre on the bounty hunter systems.
New Zealand Cyber Security Challenge 2016 registrations open
The hunt for cyber hackers is the focus for the New Zealand Cyber Security Challenge 2016, to be held online and at the University of Waikato in July.
University of Waikato cyber security ninja recognised on global stage
Dr Ryan Ko, from the University of Waikato, has been recognised at an international level for his work in the world of cyber security.
University of Waikato launches new initiative for Kiwi students
The University of Waikato and Waikato Students’ Union (WSU) have launched a new initiative with a focus on entrepreneurship and innovation.
Waikato of University hosts free coding workshops for girls
The University of Waikato is hosting computing workshops for girls, with the aim of encouraging female students to consider a career in IT.
Kiwi student lands Google internship, hopes to raise awareness of women in tech
“Computer science is very male dominated. It’s a shame, I don’t think females get the same opportunities at school when it comes to computer science."