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  • Singapore aims to drive innovation with $1B fund

    zdnet.com 26 Apr '17, 2pm

    Singapore has establish a S$1 billion (US$716.34 million) fund to help promising companies develop their business locally and expand overseas. The launch was part of several new initiatives the government planned to roll out to spur innovation and drive economic growth in the country....

  • Singapore aims to drive innovation with $1B fund

    zdnet.com 26 Apr '17, 1pm

    Singapore has establish a S$1 billion (US$716.34 million) fund to help promising companies develop their business locally and expand overseas. The launch was part of several new initiatives the government planned to roll out to spur innovation and drive economic growth in the country....

  • Singapore, Japan, Korea among least prepared for new EU data laws

    zdnet.com 26 Apr '17, 4am

    More than half of businesses in Singapore, Japan, and South Korea are among the least prepared for the upcoming European Union's data privacy laws, with a quarter of their counterparts in Australia and the US fearing a shutdown as a result. With a year to go before the General Data Pr...

  • Singapore extends cybercrime laws to include firms that use breached data

    zdnet.com 04 Apr '17, 6am

    Singapore has extended its laws to allow anyone that uses or transacts with illegally obtained personal information to be prosecuted, even if they are not responsible for causing the security breach. First mooted earlier this month , the bill to amend the Computer Misuse and Cybersecu...

  • Singapore extends cybercrime laws to include firms that use breached data

    zdnet.com 04 Apr '17, 6am

    Singapore has extended its laws to allow anyone that uses or transacts with illegally obtained personal information to be prosecuted, even if they are not responsible for causing the security breach. First mooted earlier this month , the bill to amend the Computer Misuse and Cybersecu...

  • Singapore most recalcitrant with regards to IT use

    zdnet.com 06 Apr '17, 3pm

    One in two employees in Singapore do not always adhere to IT policies or are even aware what these are, and that is the highest among three other Asean markets. At 38 percent, the country also tied with their counterparts in Malaysia for using unapproved personal devices for work, acc...

  • TPG spends SG$23.8m on more Singapore mobile broadband spectrum

    zdnet.com 05 Apr '17, 12am

    Australian telecommunications provider TPG has announced spending a further SG$23.8 million on acquiring more mobile broadband spectrum in the Singaporean market, winning 2x 5MHz in the 2.5GHz band during the general spectrum auction this week. Latest news on Asia ‚ÄčIn further onslaugh...

  • Bitcoin scams: Beware of crooks trying to steal your cryptocurrency with these schemes

    Bitcoin scams: Beware of crooks trying to steal your cryptocurrency with these schemes

    zdnet.com 23 Mar '17, 1pm

    Bitcoin is a popular currency for cybercriminals to trade in. Image: iStock Cybercriminals are taking advantage of the rising price and popularity of Bitcoin to try to steal the currency and distribute malware. The cryptocurrency has become invaluable to cybercriminals who exploit its...

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