Protect your most valuable asset – your Financial System

While fraud remains the largest recurring concern for organisations, data breaches also pose a significant risk and should be addressed as such. Just recently, 533 million people had their information compromised as part of a Facebook data breach (nearly 7% of the entire planet). While leaked phone numbers and personal data might not seem all ... Read More.

Security and fraud update – 2019

The following general business systems security information was shared at our customer event in August 2018. Looking for secure IT systems There are three basic principles to look for to make sure you have secure IT systems: Dependability: Is your equipment high-quality, expertly configured and monitored 24/7? Responsiveness: Does your IT company respond immediately when ... Read More.

Tech tip: Protect your passwords

Password hacking is one of the most common ways people can gain access to your private personal and business information. Here are our top three tips for protecting your passwords: Choose the right type of password. You don’t need a complicated one with symbols, letters and numbers (after all, you want to remember it). Instead, ... Read More.

The GDPR – What it means for you

You may have read several emails from a variety of organisations letting you know they have updated their privacy policies and terms of use in relation to the European Union’s data privacy law, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR is a set of guidelines and responsibilities for businesses who hold or process personal ... Read More.

Protecting your business from fraud

You only need to take a quick look at the articles on New Zealand’s Serious Fraud Office website to see just how common fraud offences are in our own backyard. Headlines run the gamut: from investigations of large-scale insurance and mortgage fraud, to cases of individuals defrauding their workplaces of hundreds of thousands of dollars. ... Read More.