The New Zealand Intelligence Community (NZIC) received new operating and capital funding of $178.7 million over four years as part of Budget 2016
Speech given by Rebecca Kitteridge, Director of Security, NZSIS to the New Zealand Centre for Public Law at Victoria University's Faculty of Law. Spotlight on Security.
Speech given by Rebecca Kitteridge, Director of Security, NZSIS. Is the NZSIS interested in you? Privacy in the security world.
Speech given by GCSB Director Ian Fletcher to the Institute of Directors, February 2015.
The IGIS has published her report into the release of information by the NZSIS in July and August 2011. Media release from NZSIS Director of Security, Rebecca Kitteridge, accepting Inspector-General's recommendations.
The Performance Improvement Framework Review of the core New Zealand Intelligence Community has been released.
Speech given by GCSB Director Ian Fletcher to the Privacy Forum, held in Wellington on 7 May 2014.
The Prime Minister has announced the appointment of Cheryl Gwyn as the new Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security. Ms Gwyn takes up her appointment on 5 May, taking over from the outgoing Inspector-General, the Honourable R Andrew McGechan CNZM QC.
The Intelligence and Security Committee has released a report on the GCSB and Related Legislation Amendment Bill.
The Prime Minister has announced the appointment of a new Commissioner of Security Warrants, Hon Sir Bruce Robertson.
The Prime Minister has announced the appointment of a new Inspector General of Intelligence and Security, Hon Justice Andrew McGechan.
GCSB's first progress report shows that 25 of the 76 recommendations the Bureau is responsible for have been implemented.
Cabinet papers and minutes relating to the GCSB and Related Legislation Amendment Bill have been released.
The Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security has completed an inquiry into potential breaches of the GCSB Act.
The Government Communications Security Bureau and Related Legislation Amendment Bill has been tabled in Parliament today.
Prime Minister John Key today released a final draft of legislation to clarify the functions of the GCSB, and to strengthen the oversight regime governing New Zealand’s intelligence community.
The draft Telecommunications (Interception Capability and Security) Bill was released by Communications and Information Technology Minister Amy Adams after Cabinet approved it today. The Bill will replace the current Telecommunications (Interception Capability) Act 2004, following a review that started in 2011.
Speech given by GCSB Director Ian Fletcher at the Gallagher Security conference, held in Hamilton on 11 March 2013