08 Jun '16, 3pm

Singapore: no web access from work

"We have started to separate internet access from the work stations of a selected group of public service officers, and will do so for the rest of the public service officers progressively over a one-year period." The Straits Times reports that workers will be able to access the internet on their private devices. JUST WATCHED How vulnerable is your iPhone to hacking? Replay More Videos ... MUST WATCH How vulnerable is your iPhone to hacking? 02:18 Productivity vs. security Cyber-security expert, Michael Gazeley, Managing Director of Network Box, says there's no way to make computers completely safe, especially if the USB port still functions. "One can obviously improve cyber-security significantly by not allowing computers to connect to the internet. However, further protection can be achieved by having special computers, which have no USB connectivity, in order to remove ...

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Story highlights The move is being introduced to tighten government security It's unclear how secure the computers will be...

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Story highlights The move is being introduced to tighten government security It's unclear how secure the computers will be...

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Story highlights The move is being introduced to tighten government security It's unclear how secure the computers will be...

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securityweek.com 08 Jun '16, 11am

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mashable.com 08 Jun '16, 5am

SINGAPORE — In what seems like a surprising and drastic move, the Singapore government has decided that all computers used...

No, the Singapore Govt has not banned Internet access for public servants: Circular to staff

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channelnewsasia.com 08 Jun '16, 11am

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straitstimes.com 07 Jun '16, 11pm

All computers used officially by public servants in Singapore will be cut off from the Internet from May next year, in an ...

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straitstimes.com 07 Jun '16, 11pm

All computers used officially by public servants in Singapore will be cut off from the Internet from May next year, in an ...

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straitstimes.com 07 Jun '16, 9pm

All computers used officially by public servants in Singapore will be cut off from the Internet from May next year, in an ...

Public servants in Singapore will no longer be able to access the Internet at work

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time.com 08 Jun '16, 10am

Singapore’s government is preparing to take a drastic step in the name of online security: cutting its civil servants off ...