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TUANZ is a not-for-profit membership association with over 30 years of positive telecommunications change in our history. We comprise of over 170 members, predominantly large organisations with a strong dependency on telecommunications technology as well as small enterprises.
IT Professionals NZ is New Zealand's body for software and IT Professionals. With thousands of members, ITP is the largest and most trusted tech body in NZ.
Figure.NZ is devoted to getting people to use data about New Zealand, so we can all better understand our country and care for our future. They do this by making it easy for everyone to find and use our country’s numbers for free, through their website: https://figure.nz. Figure.NZ is the first organisation in the world to make numbers truly accessible for everyone, not just experts.
Netsafe is an independent non-profit organisation with an unrelenting focus on online safety. We keep people of all ages safe online by providing free support, advice and education. Visit netsafe.org.nz for useful resources or call 0508 638 723 seven days a week for help with an online incident.
Tohatoha works to ensure that Kiwis and our values and culture are part of the global commons of creativity and knowledge and to grow a national movement that advocates, promotes and enables openness and sharing in Aotearoa New Zealand and around the world.
The Privacy Commissioner's Office works to develop and promote a culture in which personal information is protected and respected.
CERT NZ is New Zealand’s Computer Emergency Response Team, and works to support businesses, organisations and individuals who are affected by cyber security incidents. CERT NZ provides trusted and authoritative information and advice, and collates a profile of the threat landscape in New Zealand.
Sticks ‘n Stones is NZ’s multi award winning bullying prevention charity empowering young people to create positive social change ( online and off).
WISPA-NZ purpose is to be a unifying point for the WISPs, liaise with central and local government, provide a collective voice for members, negotiate collectively.