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Viewing entries tagged with 'data safety'

Breach case 3: Catches win matches Neil Sanson
7 April 2017

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A recent data breach provided an example of how it is sometimes possible to catch a breach as it is happening and avert potential harm.

Breach case 2: Don't bite when a phisher calls Neil Sanson
20 March 2017

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A recent data breach involved a deliberate email phishing* attack on an industry organisation. The email purported to come from the chief executive and requested a copy of the membership list (names and email addresses).

Breach case 1: Name your documents clearly Neil Sanson
8 February 2017

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It is so easy to send the wrong attachment with an email, especially if the documents you are selecting to attach are not clearly and distinctly named. We see this type of breach fairly regularly so we thought we’d highlight it in this post.

Nurses data breach: what happened and how to get help Charles Mabbett
2 November 2016

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If you’re one of the thousands of New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) members whose names and email addresses were accidentally disclosed to a criminal third party, you might be wondering what you can do about it. The first thing you need to do is to try and understand what happened and what the risks are to you.