You have a crucial role in making sure Fire and Emergency’s information and IT systems stay secure. Luckily, with a few simple steps and by staying aware, you can go a long way towards doing your part to safeguard our information against unauthorised access, fraud, or outages.
We’ve made a great start to the trialling our new Level 1 Cargo Trousers, Shirt/Polo, and the Operational Shirt.
Mobile devices like phones, tablets, and laptops are a part of everyday life, and allow us to access almost all our work and personal information in one portable device.
One of the biggest threats to our ICT systems and information is people getting caught up in phishing scams. While you might think you would never fall for something like that, scammers are using increasingly sophisticated and targeted methods to exploit people’s everyday behaviour, so it’s important to know what to look out for.
The National Women’s Advisory Committee (NWAC) is seeking expressions of interest for a representative from the Wildland sector of Fire and Emergency New Zealand.
Cyber Smart Week kicks off today and runs until Friday 18 October. The week is a government initiative which focuses on raising awareness on what you and your family can do to protect yourselves online.
The Fairlie Volunteer Fire Brigade would like to inform you of the passing of former Senior Firefighter John Armit (Army) Calder.
We are reviewing and refining all our existing aviation procedures and systems used at vegetation fires.
We have recently made some changes to the gift and eligibility criteria for personnel who serve 25 years with Fire and Emergency.
Christchurch Fire Brigade would like to inform you of the passing of former Senior Firefighter Mel Pearson.