Articles about Government : Asia
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending April 24, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
Country's ICT regulator Infocomm Development Authority signs agreement with Sentosa Development Corporation to enable the development of new technologies that support the island resort's business operations.
APT30, a Chinese government-sponsored group, has been spying on South-East Asian governments and commercial entities as well as journalists for the last decade, a new report from FireEye has claimed.
Country's Ministry of Communication and Information Technology releases new policy that makes it mandatory for all e-government systems to be deployed on open source software.
The Chinese government has failed to deny claims that it is behind the distributed denial-of-service attack on GitHub, with the attack close to entering its 120th hour.
The Indian government has teamed up with Twitter to launch a system that will allow people to receive tweeted updates from the government straight to their mobile phone via SMS.
With the passing of the country's founding father Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore must now evolve and realize Lee's governing legacy may not necessarily support the next 50 years of growth.
South Korea has announced plans to foster the growth of IoT and its smart car industry, and will invest a total of 5.6 trillion won by 2020, with 1 trillion won allocated for this year.
In the most recent legal challenge to the ride-sharing app, Uber executives and employees have been charged by Seoul District Police for breaching the transportation laws of South Korea.
South Korea plans to invest $300 million this year in biotech, with the aim to become the producer of at least five global products by 2017.
A senior VP at ZTE reportedly ran off in February, after his possible accomplice at China Unicom was removed from power and put under criminal investigation.
The government sector in the Asia Pacific region, not including Japan, is on track to spend $32.5 billion (AU$41.3 billion) in IT investments in 2018, according to new research by IDC.
Government continues to provide financial support to encourage skills upgrading and drive research and development efforts in the country. SMBs are offered grants to innovate and expand internationally.
Misinterpretation of regulatory requirements and a lack of local talent and knowledge about the different risk profiles are hindering wider deployment of cloud among Asia-Pacific enterprises.
Earnings per share are also projected to land a little higher with estimates between $4.85 to $5.05 a pop, compared to the prior guidance range of $4.75 to $5.05.
U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense discusses need for industry and government collaboration to fight cyberthreats.
The best of ZDNet, delivered
- 1 Singapore e-gov services still lack integration
- 2 China's Internet population surges to 564 million, 75 percent on mobile
- 3 Cisco issues legal challenge to Huawei, tiptoes US-China dispute
- 4 China launches anti-graft site for citizens to report corruption
- 5 Philippines rides high-tech Project NOAH for disaster preparedness