PM Key raises prospect of Cortex rollout for small businesses

Edwin Mitson
Tue, 08 Dec 2015

By Edwin Mitson Dec. 8 (BusinessDesk) - Prime Minister John Key raised the prospect of rolling out the Government Communications Security Bureau's malware disruption programme 'Project Cortex' to small businesses at a hearing of the security and intelligence select committee in Parliament.  In a "hypothetical" question to the GCSB's acting director Una Jagose, Key said there were many small companies who in his view were likely to be subject to online attack, but whom would never be able to access Cortex, and pondered whether the original...

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