Throughout the University of Waikato we're working on Security and Safety. Read the stories that have emerged as a result.
Our researchers are looking into everything from human behaviour in cyberspace to driverless cars on New Zealand roads.
Throughout the University of Waikato, these are the minds that contribute to our Security and Safety work every day.
Get ready to contribute to the world's Security and Safety with these undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
University of Waikato first in New Zealand to train internationally-renowned (ISC)2 certifications.
Tracking down a bug in one of the world's most popular mobile systems has launched a Waikato PhD student into the Google Hall of Fame.
Waikato researchers are looking at how the law needs to be changed to deal with the complex factors at play around data encryption.
The US election hack, fake news, data theft and more.
The initiative involving the University of Waikato and New Zealand Police brings together research and frontline expertise.
Indigenous Courts, Self-Determination and Criminal Justice
The University of Waikato is working with BOYD school Hillcrest High to ensure students are aware of online safety.
The decentralised and secure database we call the blockchain is ripe for development, according to computer scientist Steve Reeves.
Good skills: The New Zealand Cyber Security Challenge tests participants' ability to fend off cyber attacks.
Mauritius-born Meena Mungro is representing one of 17 nationalities in the Cybersecurity Researchers of Waikato team at the University of Waikato on a $12.23 million dollar project.
That antivirus software you downloaded four years ago may no longer be enough to keep you safe online. Here are some surprising ways to reduce cyber threats.
Binge watching seven seasons of NCIS inspired Craig Scoon to study computer science. Now he has a Master of Cyber Security and is working as a risk advisory consultant at Deloitte.