About NCSC


The New Zealand National Cyber Security Centre provides enhanced services to government agencies and  critical infrastructure providers to assist them to defend against cyber-borne threats.

The Centre is a key element of the NZ Cyber Security Strategy released in December 2015. This strategy recognises that as the use of the internet in New Zealand increases, so too does our vulnerability to cyber threats.

Countering these threats is a shared responsibility, and the government will work in partnership with industry, non-government entities and academia to improve New Zealand's cyber security. The role of the NCSC is to protect government systems and information, to plan for and respond to cyber incidents, and to work with providers of critical national infrastructure to improve the protection and computer security of such infrastructure against cyber-borne threats.

About this Site


This site is the primary publication medium for official information relating to the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).

All facts, figures, statements, publications and advisories made available through this site are accurate at the time of publishing.

Site Design


This site has been designed to, at a minimum, adhere to the Government Web Guidelines, meet W3C WAI Level A guidelines and conform to industry "best practice" for web development. We will continue to enhance the site in response to changes in the guidelines and feedback from our customer base.

Accessibility


Any problems or observations associated with this site should be notified via the following address:
webmaster@ncsc.govt.nz