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  1. Mobile phone smartphone addiction Singapore - file photo

    Almost half of Singaporeans suffered at least 1 cybersecurity lapse in past year: CSA survey

    The survey also finds that 45 per cent of respondents did not install security software in their mobile phones.
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    Gibson exits as South Africa adopt football-style management structure

    South Africa will radically overhaul their management team, including saying goodbye to coach Ottis Gibson, as they instead move to a ...
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    Phishing, ransomware cases drop in 2018, but SingHealth hack ‘stark reminder’ of cyberthreats: CSA

    More frequent data breaches and greater risks for “smart” buildings among six cybersecurity future trends highlighted by the Cyber Security Agency ...
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    Olympic champion Sun innocent of blood sample tampering - CSA

    China's world and Olympic swimming champion Sun Yang has not broken anti-doping rules, the Chinese swimming association said on Monday, rejecting ...
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    Online threats moved past profit, targeted ‘massive disruption’ in 2017: CSA report

    The Cyber Security Agency of Singapore says online threats continue to grow in frequency and impact, with phishing top of the list of attacks ...
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    Innovations wanted: 1st cybersecurity-focused accelerator in Singapore to be launched

    IMDA and CSA, collaborating with Singtel Innov8 and NUS, will set up the Innovation Cybersecurity Ecosystem at Block 71 (ICE71) at Ayer Rajah ...
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    Singapore taking lead in fighting cybercrime, but expertise remains in shortage

    Industry insiders say they are heartened the country is taking steps to address the shortage, which is seen as "chronic" by one expert, including ...
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    Public consultation on proposed Cybersecurity Bill starts

  9. People sit around laptop computers at a cafe in Beijing, on May 29, 2013

    Commentary: How can Smart Nation Singapore better prepare for digital warfare?

    Associate Professor Warren Chik examines how the Singapore Government, private organisations and individuals can step up their cybersecurity ...