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University of Waikato's Cyber Challenge kicks off
"There is a definite shortage of cyber security professionals in the industry and through the cyber security challenge, we hope to create a more aware and cyber-ready generation in the face of the growing cyber security threats."
Meet the future of women in IT
Emily Sopers has just won Kordia’s first ever Women in Technology Scholarship, which was established to address gender imbalance in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector.
Dr Ryan Ko steps down as head of Cybersecurity Researchers of Waikato
Dr Ko is off to Australia to become the University of Queensland’s UQ Cyber Security chair and director.
This app can tell if your Wi-Fi is 'NetStinky'
A researcher at the University of Waikato has created a ‘NetStinky’ way of telling whether your home internet network has been breached.
Waikato businesses great at ideation but stumble at commercialisation, says expert
The Waikato might be one of the best at producing innovative ideas, but it’s not so good at commercialising them.
NZ Cyber Security Challenge confronts issues facing women in cybersecurity
“A lack of diversity means a lack of important voices in these decisions and will ultimately lead to harmful blind spots in our near future."
CROW rallies Kiwi students as the NZ Cyber Security Challenge gets closer
“This year we have introduced a new policy-based round to the challenge because it is important that students have a broader viewpoint of security."
Waikato Uni student wins big with cyber security solution
“Most online survey results are not 100% secure and those systems that claim to be, only deploy end-to-end encryption."
University of Waikato student wins $25,000 cyber security scholarship
A University of Waikato student has paved the way for cyber security success after winning the 2016 Sir William Gallagher Cyber Security Scholarship.
Roboshops: Unlocking curious minds in NZ
Falloon and Kanji will be using the money from MBIE to run ‘Roboshops’ in schools around the country.