Opening statement by the Director-General, Government Communications Security Bureau, to the Intelligence and Security Committee.
Speech by Andrew Hampton, Director-General of the GCSB, to the New Zealand Institute of International Affairs in Wellington, Feb 27 2018.
The Director-General of the Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) Andrew Hampton has today added New Zealand’s voice to international condemnation of the NotPetya cyber-attack.
Cyber threat analysis from a range of sources, including the United States and the United Kingdom, attributes WannaCry to North Korean cyber threat actors
The Director-General of the Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB), Andrew Hampton welcomes the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security finding the GCSB to have legally compliant systems and processes for the...
The Government Communications Bureau (GSCB) has awarded four $10,000 tertiary scholarships to women studying STEM subjects at New Zealand universities.
Thanks for invitation and the opportunity to talk with you today. It’s great to be back in Christchurch.
Thank you to Cybersecurity Researchers of Waikato, the University, and Ryan and his team for the invitation to be here today.
This panel discussion on cyber risk covering all facets of the cyber threat together with recommendations on how to minimise an attack through good strategic planning
The following statement is attributable to Andrew Hampton, Director of the Government Communications Security Bureau: