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Interview: Businesses must prepare for privacy regulation update
Privacy regulation in New Zealand is taking its cues from regulation in other jurisdictions - in particular the GDPR.
ComCom says its time to deregulate copper voice services
The Commerce Commission has cited the range of alternative voice offerings and shrinking consumer numbers as reasons to let Spark take the reigns.
Govt gets serious about drone regulation in NZ
New Zealand could be leading the world in the development of drone technologies, but we need to work out how to make those technologies safe first.
Opinion: Facebook's Libra proves cryptocurrencies are now mainstream
They are here to stay. And their influence is set to grow exponentially."
Kyckr signs agreement to expand into new platform
The agreement with Demyst will allow the Kyckr API to be accessible by existing and future Demyst API customers.
Key threats businesses must be vigilant against – LogRhythm
At home and abroad, companies anticipate cyber-crime will be the most disruptive economic crime of 2019 and 2020.
Deepfakes the 'next wave of concern' - but can law really stomp it out?
Enforcing the existing law will be difficult enough, and it is not clear that any new law would be able to do better. Overseas attempts to draft law for deepfakes have been seriously criticised.
APRA embraces an ‘assume breach’ mentality with CPS 234
Even if you’re not in the financial services industry (FSI), you’ve probably already heard of CPS 234 – the new standard for data protection set forth by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).
Gartner: The five priorities of privacy executives
The priorities highlight the need for strategic approaches to engage with shifting regulatory, technology, customer and third-party risk trends.
Why Australia needs more compliance experts
"As the demand for skilled experts continues to grow and vacancies remain unfilled, organisations will need to look at alternative resources to meet their regulatory and compliance requirements."
Stronger security needed before open banking arrives - Okta
As early as July 2019, Australian banks will need to have a system in place that both benefits customers and protects their personal data.
The Commerce Commission looks to retain its ability to regulate mobile roaming
The regulation would enable a new operator to quickly expand its coverage beyond its own initial physical network.
Welcome to the cyber-regulatory market of 2018 and beyond
The cyber-regulatory environment is growing exponentially, to the point where we are seeing the maturity of a brand new market.
Why a data consolidation strategy is the best approach to GDPR compliance
For most organisations, the only way to effectively comply with GDPR is to adopt a strategy of data consolidation.
Initial Coin Offerings: Lack of regulation is a wolf in sheep’s clothing, says lawyer
"The ICO is not expressly specified to be a security, but has similar rights (looks like duck, quacks like a duck….)."
RSA boosts solution portfolio as GDPR regulations approach
“GDPR translates cyber risk to a bottom-line business issue, which completely changes how businesses view their customers’ data.”
EHF Fellow creating a global model for blockchain policy from New Zealand
New Zealand has a clean slate on blockchain policy and a history of being forward-leaning, nimble, technology-savvy, and open to new ideas.
Partnership to address compliance, anti-money laundering and terror financing
“This is a great example of Fintech & Regtech working together to quickly and efficiently improve customer outcomes without compromising on security."
Why the cyber security field needs to take a leaf out of medicine’s book
Companies that have never written code in the last decade will be responsible for over a trillion lines of code in the next decade.
New Zealand medical drones are almost ready to take flight
“The medical and crisis support drone trials will lead to a high quality, high value service that will make a real difference in people’s lives.”
New Zealand pilots union pushes for tighter drone regulations
NZALPA fears that drones may pose a major risk to New Zealand air space due to the relaxed regulations.