The lack of implementation expertise, in-house staff resources, and recognition of cyberthreats by organisation leaders are the main reasons for the lack of certain cyber solutions, according to a Trellix survey.
Both countries will look to develop interoperable artificial intelligence governance frameworks and collaborate on cybersecurity best practices, such as regional capacity building efforts on smart cities involving other Asean markets.
Cyber Security of Singapore introduces two certification programmes to identify small and midsize businesses that have adopted baseline cybersecurity measures and large enterprises with robust cybersecurity practices.
Prototypes of a multi-CBDC platform for enabling international settlements have indicated that implementing one single global platform would likely be too complex.
Expected to be operational by year-end, the Singapore Armed Forces' digital intelligence unit will look to boost the country's defence against threats in the digital space, which has seen growing and increasingly sophisticated attacks.
The hackers are demanding bitcoin ransom payments from an unknown number of users.
The new facility will back the Indian government's vision of turning the subcontinent into a semiconductor manufacturing powerhouse.
Activists say Telenor's decision to sell the business to a military-backed company "could amount to complicity in crimes against humanity."
Chinese government has lashed out at the US government's decision to revoke China Unicom's licence and vows to safeguard the "legitimate rights" of Chinese businesses operating in the US.
The FBI also warned of cyber threats against the event despite no specific intel.
Researchers with Trellix named the malware "Graphite" because it uses Microsoft's Graph API to leverage OneDrive as a command and control server.
With Singapore's digital bank licensees expected to begin operations this year, a spate of online scams wiping victims of their life savings serves as yet another wakeup call and demonstrates regulations sometimes are the only way to shake organisations out of complacency.