National Cyber Security Centre

We are part of the Government Communications Security Bureau. Our mission is to protect Aotearoa New Zealand’s wellbeing and prosperity through trusted cyber security services.

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We respond to cyber security incidents of potential national significance.

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Report an incident

We respond to cyber security incidents of potential national significance.

Cyber Threat Report 2021/2022 Released

Read our latest Cyber Threat Report.

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Malware Free Networks (MFN)

MFN is a threat detection and disruption service that provides near real-time threat intelligence.

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Incidents

Learn about or report cyber incidents, attacks, and threats to nationally significant organisations.

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Services

We provide technical services to help strengthen New Zealand’s cyber defences and deal with advanced threats.

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Current Activity

Cyber Threat Report for 2021/2022 released

December 15, 2022

The impact of global geostrategic competition and the implementation of new cyber defence capabilities are reflected in the latest annual Cyber Threat Report from the Government Communications Security Bureau’s (GCSB) National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).

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Response to managed service provider cyber security incident

December 06, 2022

An information technology managed service provider who provides services to support a range of organisations, including several government agencies, has experienced a cyber incident that has compromised access to its data and systems.

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NCSC capability wins Best Product or Service at security industry awards

November 02, 2022

Malware Free Networks is a new cyber defence capability developed by the Government Communications Security Bureau's National Cyber Security Centre.

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September 2022 New Zealand Information Security Manual v3.6 Release

September 02, 2022

Updates finalised for the v3.6 release of the NZISM include four policy changes and a small number of minor and editorial changes.

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