New Zealand’s cyber security strategy 2015 tries to address certain very basic yet crucial aspects of cybercrime including, defining the scope of cyber-crime; calculating the cost of a cyber breach reliably, to maintain an overhaul of the cyber-crime scenario; the challenges in detecting, investigating and prosecuting cyber-crime. Businesses in New Zealand, both large and small are increasingly finding it difficult to cope up with the growing incidence of cyber-crime. This can have adverse effects on New Zealand’s economy.
Together with the NGOs, the corporate and the academia sections of the community New Zealand government is building up its cyber security capability, while at the same time enhancing New Zealand’s operational response to cyber-crime. In addition to capacity building activities it is important that the New Zealand government focus on adapting and amending the legislations to effectively bring the perpetrators of cyber-crime to justice in the minimum amount of time.
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