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  • Singapore opens $5.9M cybersecurity lab in local university

    zdnet.com 21 Feb '17, 9am

    Singapore has opened a cybersecurity facility to support research efforts between academia and industry players and provide a testbed for product development. Located at the National University of Singapore (NUS), the S$8.4 million (US$5.93 million) site would provide a "realistic env...

  • Singapore opens $5.9M cybersecurity lab in local university

    zdnet.com 21 Feb '17, 10am

    Singapore has opened a cybersecurity facility to support research efforts between academia and industry players and provide a testbed for product development. Located at the National University of Singapore (NUS), the S$8.4 million (US$5.93 million) site would provide a "realistic env...

  • Singapore puts 2017 budget focus on digital transformation

    zdnet.com 20 Feb '17, 5pm

    The Singapore has pledged to invest S$2.4 billion (US$1.7 billion) over four years to execute a nationwide plan that it hopes will future-proof the economy and help local enterprises "go digital". Unveiled as part of the government's 2017 budget, the investment underscored the governm...

  • Singapore puts 2017 budget focus on digital transformation

    zdnet.com 20 Feb '17, 6pm

    The Singapore has pledged to invest S$2.4 billion (US$1.7 billion) over four years to execute a nationwide plan that it hopes will future-proof the economy and help local enterprises "go digital". Unveiled as part of the government's 2017 budget, the investment underscored the governm...

  • Singapore security firm hopes mobile software token will plug hardware holes

    zdnet.com 14 Feb '17, 5am

    Singapore's state-owned security vendor, Assurity Trusted Solutions, is hoping its introduction of a mobile software token will resolve common user grievances associated with hardware tokens and finally convince local banks to adopt its platform. Its CEO Charles Fan, though, acknowled...

  • Singapore security firm hopes mobile software token will plug hardware holes

    zdnet.com 14 Feb '17, 5am

    Singapore's state-owned security vendor, Assurity Trusted Solutions, is hoping its introduction of a mobile software token will resolve common user grievances associated with hardware tokens and finally convince local banks to adopt its platform. Its CEO Charles Fan, though, acknowled...

  • Singapore central bank sets up data analytics unit

    zdnet.com 14 Feb '17, 8am

    The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has unveiled plans to establish a data analytics group that it says will guide the organisation as well as the local financial sector towards the digital economy. Operational from March 15, the new unit would drive the central bank's efforts t...

  • Singapore wants new laws to keep up with autonomous, ride-sharing vehicles

    zdnet.com 08 Feb '17, 9am

    Singapore is looking to update its transport laws to keep pace with technological developments and better safeguard commuters in autonomous as well as ride-sharing vehicles. The Road Traffic (Amendment) Bill was featured for a second reading in parliament this week, detailing changes ...

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