At any briefing held in conjunction with the release of the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s (MAS) annual report, the central bank would usually provide an economic outlook and update on monetary policy. But at this year’s briefing for the 2020/21 annual report, one thing stood out clearly: cybersecurity.

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