Jesse (00:01): RNZ National, it's Tech Tuesday. Once every couple of weeks, we check in with Daniel Watson at Vertech IT Services. If you have a tech question for Daniel, you could email it to me anytime during the week, jesse@rnz.co.nz, and we'll put it to him.

Cybersecurity when Traveling


Gary Wallace (00:00): For Tech Tuesday this week, we're crossing to our regular correspondent, Daniel Watson. He's not in his regular place, he's in Nashville. And being overseas has got him thinking about cyber tips for traveling. Daniel [foreign language 00:14:48].

Daniel Watson (00:13): Gary Wallace.

What is cryptocurrency and do I need to care about it?

Another Tech Tip Tuesday with Jesse Mulligan at RNZ.

Jesse (00:00): RNZ National it's Tech Tuesday and I'm joined by Daniel Watson from Vertech IT services. If you've got a tech question send it unto us. jesse@rnz.co.nz. Daniel, hello.

Daniel Watson (00:14): Hey, how's it going?

Jesse (00:15): Good.

Non-fungible tokens a scammer’s paradise

NFTs a minefield of scams warns cybersecurity expert

New Zealanders are being urged to avoid getting sucked into the current mania around non-fungible tokens (NFTs) because scams are as common as promises of profit.

Host of Radio New Zealand's Tech Tuesday and author of the book 'She'll Be Right (Not!) – a cybersecurity guide for Kiwi business owners – Daniel Watson says the completely unregulated NFT market is effectively one giant Ponzi scheme.