Author: Benjamin Cher
The phrase ‘digital transformation’ is being bandied about as the framework for a future of improved productivity and lower cost, and a recent CA Technologies study puts the business effects into perspective: Digital disrupters have seen up to two times more revenue and profit than mainstream companies.
Much like the private sector, the public sector has moved from the ‘if’ to ‘when’ mentality when it comes to building defences against cyberthreats, reports Benjamin Cher.
Singapore-based startup Igloohome hopes to provide a solution that would help solve the ‘hosting’ problems of businesses like Airbnb, using smart home technologies, reports Benjamin Cher.
When Singapore introduced its Personal Data Protection Act, for a heavily regulated sector like the financial services industry, it was just another box to tick on a long list of compliance and regulatory requirements -- but that list is about to get longer, reports Benjamin Cher.
Securing the DNS is not the first thing on security teams’ minds, but can be key to shutting out the latest malware, according to Infoblox CEO Jesper Andersen.
Singapore’s Third Party Taxi Booking Service Provider Act has been in effect since Sept 1, bringing legislative oversight into the grey area which startups like GrabTaxi and Uber currently operate in, while the Government is also looking into ride-sharing services.
Singapore-based satellite communications solutions provider Global Invacom is set for the next technology shift, and plans to grow with it, Benjamin Cher reports.
The IoT is more vulnerable than we would like to think, and at HITB GSEC, Chris Rouland showed how hackers have breached IoT devices in ways we never imagined possible.
The issue of privacy versus civil liberties is not at all clear-cut, Acuity Solutions president Kristin Lovejoy told the HITB GSEC Singapore 2015 conference. Benjamin Cher reports.
The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) and New York-headquartered education startup General Assembly (GA) have announced a partnership to offer what they describe as a “career accelerator” into the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry.