Stories By Tan Weizhen
129 Sep 2014 Mon
A growing group of individuals are taking it upon themselves to test the security of information systems in organisations and report security flaws.
229 Sep 2014 Mon
A recent report put the average “advanced persistent threats exposure” in Singapore at 41 per cent, higher than the global average of 36 per cent, and the figure could be even higher, said security software company FireEye.
324 Sep 2014 Wed
There will be a pool of resources such as expertise and private investors for homegrown companies to tap on, says Minister for Communications and Information Yaacob Ibrahim
412 Sep 2014 Fri
M1 on Thursday launched a S$49-per-month 1Gbps fibre broadband plan to compete with start-up MyRepublic.
510 Sep 2014 Wed
Local tech companies say they are experiencing issues with gender diversity in their ranks, just like their counterparts in the United States.
620 Aug 2014 Wed
The documents included letters with what appeared to be letterheads of state-owned bank Caixa Economica Federal and the state of Rio Grande do Norte.
719 Aug 2014 Tue
The Brazilian Ambassador has refuted EcoHouse's claim that a misunderstanding led to the government disavowing any connection to the firm.
812 Aug 2014 Tue
Six new Combo plans will replace SingTel's existing Flexi plans, but three of them will cost S$3 more per month. It will also waive its 4G service fee permanently for both new and existing subscribers.
905 Aug 2014 Tue
The General Motors president says the move is to tap the long-term growth opportunity in the region.
1004 Aug 2014 Mon
Gaming firm Garena cites its ability to tap South-east Asia’s fast-growing markets over the past few years as the reason for its success.