Government Communications Security Bureau / Te Tira Tiaki
- GCSB ensures integrity and confidentiality of government information, and investigates and analyses cyber incidents against critical infrastructure.
- Collects foreign intelligence affecting New Zealand, and assists other government agencies.
- Has a high-frequency radio interception and direction-finding station at Tangimoana, near Palmerston North, and a satellite communications interception station at Waihopai, near Blenheim.
- The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has been part of the GCSB since 2011.
- Provides enhanced services and advice to government agencies.
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