Cyber Security at Air New Zealand
Steps Air New Zealand takes to enhance cyber security:
Step 1. Using multi-factor authentication to keep your account safe
Protecting your account is essential, and we want to help you keep your information safe. One effective way to do this is by using multi-factor authentication (MFA).
- Multi-factor authentication and how it works - MFA adds an extra layer of security by requiring something more secure than a password to access your account. It may involve a unique code sent to your phone or a one-time PIN generated through an authentication app.
You can learn more about multi-factor authentication at Air New Zealand here: Keeping your account safe.
- Why is it important - MFA significantly reduce the risk of potential security breaches and keep your account more secure than ever. MFA makes it hard for someone else to access your account.
Step 2. Verifying your identity when talking to Air New Zealand
If you call Air New Zealand, we will need to verify your identity in order to help you. This is another measure we take to protect you when you're engaging with Air New Zealand.
- Verifying your identity and how it works - Verifying your identity is easy. You may be asked to answer security questions only you would know, or you might be asked to verify yourself using a one-time PIN code that will be sent to your mobile phone. For example, you might be asked to answer security questions about your Airpoints account.
It's important that you keep your contact details up to date as we may have a hard time verifying your identity if we don't have current contact details for you.
Step 3. Important things to know
Air New Zealand will never ask you to disclose your password, except when you are signing into your account on our website or app.
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