Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity

The financial industry is under siege

No industry is safe when it comes to cyberattacks, but the financial services sector is increasingly becoming a primary target for cybercriminals.

Cybersecurity

CSA identifies 51.7% increase in cyberattacks in 2019

SINGAPORE (June 26): A report on Singapore’s Cyber Landscape by the Cybersecurity Agency of Singapore (CSA) in 2019 reported a 51.7% increase in cyber crimes in Singapore in the year 2019.

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ST Engineering's US unit hit by ransomware but threat contained

SINGAPORE (June 7): Singapore Technologies Engineering said that its US subsidiary did suffer from a cyber-attack, as reported earlier, but the threat has since been contained.

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FS-ISAC launches Intelligence Exchange to help financial services tackle cyber threats

SINGAPORE (May 12): As Covid-19 catalyses the digitalisation of the twenty-first century economy, financial institutions are increasingly exposed to cybersecurity threats.

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Remote workers sitting ducks for cyber criminals, says survey

SINGAPORE (Apr 8): As the global Covid-19 pandemic rages on, cyber criminals are preying on public concerns about the Covid-19 pandemic and unprecedented changes to workplace practices to ramp up t

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93% of Singapore businesses report increase in cyberattack frequency: Carbon Black

SINGAPORE (Oct 2): More than nine in 10 Singapore businesses reported experiencing an increase in overall cyberattack volume over the past 12 months, according to cybersecurity firm Carbon Black.

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Singapore companies spending more on cybersecurity, but not on the right things: Cisco

SINGAPORE (Oct 1): Singapore is stepping up efforts to bolster its defence against the rising threat of cyberattacks.

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SGInnovate partners ST Engineering, Tegasus International to boost cybersecurity capabilities

SINGAPORE (Oct 1): SGInnovate, a government-owned firm nurturing deep tech startups in Singapore, is partnering ST Engineering and cybersecurity company Tegasus International to launch a

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Singapore second safest country in the world; Asian countries become increasingly safer

SINGAPORE (Sept 2): Singapore has retained its position as the world’s second safest city, coming in just after Tokyo, in the latest edition of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) Safe Cities I

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