31 Dec '17, 1am

With businesses fumbling, Singapore must take more care in data aspirations

The Singapore government has been opening up access to citizen data to facilitate business transactions and information exchange, but with organisations fumbling over security including major global firms, it needs to take a step back and seriously assess the implications. Its efforts were touted as essential in the country's smart nation drive, where emphasis had been placed on providing data to spur the development of new citizen services and support data analytics and Internet of Things (IoT). Singapore university breaches reveal wider attack surface to safeguard Government's increasing industry collaboration and research efforts suggest Singapore needs a cybersecurity strategy that goes beyond limiting internet access, as two universities fall prey to APT attacks. Read More However, with businesses losing customer data to hackers and resorting to questionable practices...

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