NZ drafts new cybersecurity strategy, will it match Australia's bold one?

NZ drafts new cybersecurity strategy, will it match Australia's bold one?
Australia has set itself the goal of becoming one of the most cybersecure countries in the world. (Image: Getty)
Dileepa Fonseka
Amidst a growing wave of global cybersecurity threats, the government is quietly drafting a new cybersecurity strategy, but there is no word yet on whether it will live up to a bold Australian plan launched in the second half of last year.A spokesperson for the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet said the government was in the process of drafting a new strategy to ensure New Zealand's cybersecurity apparatus was targeted at the right things.“The revised cybersecurity settings, along with initiatives to address key security threat...

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