Category: Security Advisories
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Joint Cyber Security Advisory: Weak security controls and practices routinely exploited for initial accessMay 18, 2022
This joint cyber security advisory identifies weak controls and practices commonly exploted by malicious cyber actors, and includes best practices to mitigate the issues.
Joint Cyber Security Advisory: Protecting against cyber threats to managed service providers (MSPs) and their customersMay 12, 2022
This joint cyber security advisory focuses on enabling transparent discussions between managed service providers and their customers on securing sensitive data.
Joint Cyber Security Advisory: Top 15 routinely exploited vulnerabilities of 2021April 28, 2022
This joint cyber security advisory details common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs) frequently exploited by malicious cyber actors, including the 15 most commonly exploited of 2021.
Joint Cyber Security Advisory: Russian state-sponsored and criminal cyber threatsApril 21, 2022
The cyber security authorities of the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom are releasing this Joint Cyber Security Advisory (CSA) to inform organisations that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could expose organisations both within and beyond the region to increased malicious cyber activity.
General Security Advisory: Understanding and preparing for cyber threats relating to tensions between Russia and UkraineFebruary 18, 2022
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) encourages Aotearoa New Zealand’s nationally significant organisations to consider and strengthen their cyber security readiness in response to heightened tensions between Russia and Ukraine.