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NZ government plots new ICT strategy

The government is embarking on a refresh of its core ICT strategy, to be completed by the first half of next year.

Security gaining more priority

Security is steadily rising in perceived importance on IT managers' lists of priorities, according to security specialist...

NZ looks at Australian anti-spam moves

Planned Australian federal anti-spam legislation will, if passed in its present form, combat not only Australian-based spammers and Australian companies that use spammers.

Government still wants your password

The battle to legally compel the disclosure of digital passwords and encryption keys continues.

Government database ‘beyond rescue’

The Public Access to Legislation (PAL) project is in deep trouble and betrays a fundamental misunderstanding of the potential of the software used, says a well-connected source in the printing industry.

NZ centralizes e-authentication for gov’t services

New Zealand's government is to spend NZ$2.3 million (US$1.37 million) developing a centralized system for electronically authenticating users of public services.

NZ centralizes e-authentication for gov’t services

New Zealand's government is to spend NZ$2.3 million (US$1.37 million) developing a centralized system for electronically authenticating users of public services.

Hacking bill gets another chance

A long-delayed bill, which will criminalize interference with computer systems, may become law this week.

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