Data Sovereignty

Mission Impossible? Bridging the cyber-physical divide in security
Singaporean managed security services provider Quann seeks to bridge the divide between physical security and its cyber counterpart.
Indonesia’s data centre space has great growth potential: DCDi
Indonesia’s data centre market has great potential, but the country faces some dire challenges and needs a long-term strategy, industry pundits say.
Security spending to exceed US$37bil in 2016: Ovum
Each year, organisations increase spending on cybersecurity protection to keep their businesses, their data and their users’ data safe.
How Singapore became Asia’s data centre hub
Singapore has become the data centre hub for Asia within 10 years, thanks to its ideal geographic location and a slew of government initiatives, according to experts at Singapore Data Centre Week 2015.
Building Singapore’s ‘digital twin’
Many agencies in charge of city development around the world are working blind, making decisions without the ability to see the impact these decisions have on the complex and dynamic ecosystem of a city – an issue Dassault Systèmes believes the Virtual Singapore project can overcome.
Week in Review: Protection, predictions and paranoia
DNA’s Singapore editor Gabey Goh looks back at Interpol World, which featured and discussed technology to aid, improve, and transform the way public agencies do their work – but wonders about the impact if things were to go awry.
Snowden Revelations a blessing, trust needs to be built: Microsoft
Microsoft Corp’s chief security officer for Asia, Pierre Noel, believes that the ‘Snowden Revelations’ have proven to be a blessing for the company, waking it up and forcing it to get its act together.
Cross-border data transfers need to be simplified: White paper
The Asia Pacific Carriers’ Coalition (APCC) and the Asia Cloud Computing Association have jointly released a new white paper on the increasing importance – and complexity – of compliance requirements, with suggestions on reducing compliance costs.
The cloud is an inevitable force: Amazon Web Services
In an exclusive interview, Amazon Web Services CTO Werner Vogels tells Edwin Yapp that cloud computing is an undeniable and unstoppable force driven by the competitive needs of businesses, and while there are still some impediments that stand in the way of full adoption, its acceptance is uninevitable.
Cloud adoption shaken by Snowden revelations: Survey
The revelations of large-scale cyber-surveillance last year by the United States and other governments have prompted enterprises around the world to rethink their cloud computing strategies, a new study has found. Edwin Yapp reports.
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