Leading edge intelligence for a safe and thriving New Zealand

Welcome to the official website of the New Zealand Security Intelligence Service (NZSIS). This website contains information about the NZSIS, including:

  • who we are
  • what we do
  • the methods we use
  • what it's like to work here, and
  • details of any job vacancies (and how to apply).

How you can help

Emergencies and imminent threat to life should be immediately reported to the Police by calling 111.

To report information of security concern, please call our freephone number 0800 SIS 224, or use the public contribution form below.

Public Contribution Form

Latest news

Budget 2016 - NZ Intelligence community

The New Zealand Intelligence Community (NZIC) received new operating and capital funding of $178.7 million over four years as part of Budget 2016.

Budget 2016 decisions were a result of a two year strategic capability resourcing review which analysed the Government’s security and intelligence requirements and confirmed that significant investment is needed for the NZIC to remain effective.

Vote Communications Security and Intelligence also includes significant funding ($120.2 million over four years) for a major upgrade of the all-of-government high-grade cryptographic infrastructure (CPMI) that ensures classified government communications are secure.

Budget documents link to treasury website -

Ministerial media statement -

NZSIS is aware of a mobile phone scam

29 June 2015

NZSIS is aware of a mobile phone scam telling recipients their phone will be restored once they have paid a fine to NZSIS. For more information about online scams, including advice about how to protect yourself, visit the Department of Internal Affairs anti-spam web page and the Ministry of Consumer Affairs Scam Watch website. Report your concerns about online incidents including spam messages, scams and frauds through Netsafe's The Orb website.

NZSIS is proud to be a Connect Smart partner

29 June 2015

Connect Smart seeks to raise the profile of cyber security issues in New Zealand and promote good online security behaviour.

For more information about Connect Smart visit the website.