Updates and stories of interest


The phew Top Ten Greatest Hits (…Of Vulnerabilities)

First Up, The OWASP Top 10 Many of you who work or have backgrounds in web application development or cyber security will be familiar with the OWASP [...]

18 October 2022|

phew joins Government Marketplace for Information Security Professional Services

We are delighted to announce that phew has been recognised as an approved supplier of security services on the New Zealand Government's Marketplace, through a Collaborative Marketplace [...]

6 September 2022|

CERT NZ Quarterly Update Q1 2022

The Latest from CERT NZ What's New? CERT NZ is a central organisation that receives cyber incident reports from both individuals and businesses. It tracks attacks and [...]

30 May 2022|

Discovering and Patching Vulnerabilities

Background Software is constantly changing. Application and package authors tweak and update existing code more or less continually to provide features, improvements, fixes and workarounds. Also, most [...]

17 March 2022|

Was Kaseya A Supply-Chain Attack, And Why Does It Matter?

If the Kaseya attack was a "supply-chain attack" in terms of the industry accepted definition then it is a stretch of that definition. The distinction is important, [...]

10 August 2021|

Cert NZ Quarterly Update Q1 2021

What's New? Cert NZ has released its first quarterly report for 2021. The Cert NZ reports provide an interesting snapshot of recent cyber security incidents reported by [...]

8 June 2021|
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