National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) recorded 338 cyber security incidents in the 12 months 30 June 2016.
Information about these incidents is contained in a cyber threat report prepared by the NCSC to help increase understanding about the nature and extent of the cyber threats facing New Zealand's siginificant organisations.
NCSC Director Lisa Fong says the report highlights the range of threats the NCSC has identified and responded to.
She says while the report highlights that cyber threats facing New Zealand are continuing to increase it is likely that the threats recorded represent only a small proportion of the total incidents impacting on New Zealand and New Zealanders.
She says the threats the NCSC has identified targeting New Zealand organisations are consistent with those identified by cyber security providers domestically and internationally.
The report provides an overview of the work of the NCSC and an outline of some of the common types of threats impacting on New Zealand organisations.