Cybercrime on the rise
Tue, 12 Jun 2012 9:06a.m.
Cybercrime cost New Zealand an estimated $625 million last year and it it's a growing problem, with more than 2000 people affected every day.
Now the Government, in partnership with Netsafe, has launched a new initiative to raise awareness of cyber-security risks and to help individuals and small businesses protect their online information.
Netsafe director Martin Cocker spoke with Firstline's Rachel Smalley this morning – watch the interview.
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12/06/2012 9:18:27 a.m.
little bit of advice use AVG and malwarebytes, two free programs avg has an auto run and auto update setting. Norton is a waste of time.
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