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Contact tracing data deleted in Singapore but audit will add transparency

While it's good that the TraceTogether contact tracing data is deleted, an audit and proof of the deletion would further assure people.

Grace Chng Grace Chng 6 Min Read

Organisations have to start learning to be quantum-safe, as technology matures, say experts

Facing a future where quantum computers can easily crack today's data vaults, organisations have to prepare themselves to be quantum-safe.

Grace Chng Grace Chng

Tech remains key factor to attract foreign investments to Singapore: EDB

Buoyed by rapid digitialisation and AI adoption, more foreign companies are expected to expand activities in Singapore, says EDB.

Grace Chng Grace Chng

Google Cloud extends partnership with Singapore government to build more AI services

Google Cloud is providing digital tools to up to 150 Singapore organisations to develop and adopt AI solutions in their

Alfred Siew Alfred Siew

The AI revolution takes flight in 2024

From chatbots to cyber threats, 2024 promises to be the year generative AI takes centrestage in business operations and reinvents workflows,

Grace Chng Grace Chng 9 Min Read

76 per cent of APAC firms feel inadequate against ransomware threats: Dell

A Dell survey reveals that 66 per cent of respondents don't believe they can recover reliably from a damaging cyberattack.

Ai Lei Tao Ai Lei Tao

The AI revolution takes flight in 2024

From chatbots to cyber threats, 2024 promises to be the year generative AI takes centrestage in business operations and reinvents

Grace Chng Grace Chng

Q&A: Go on zero-trust in a step-by-step manner, says Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise

A zero-trust environment should be set up step by step, grasping the unique security demands of every device, says Alcatel-Lucent

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