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Cautious Budget spending necessary for long-term planning: Heng Swee Keat

SINGAPORE (Mar 4): Singapore may have accumulated huge surpluses during the current term of government, but that does not indicate an upcoming spending spree.

Malaysia

Malaysian firms face heightened cyber risks with shifting political landscape: FireEye

SINGAPORE (Aug 15): With Malaysia’s new government calling for the renegotiation of certain Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) project terms, security company FireEye is expecting heightened espionag

Results

IPS Securex reports narrowing of 3Q losses to $0.2 mil

SINGAPORE (May 8): IPS Securex has posted a narrowing of 3Q losses to $0.2 million, which is half of its 3Q17 loss of $0.4 million a year ago due to lower expenses and a tax write-back.

ST Engineering's electronics arm wins $635 mil in contracts in 1Q18

SINGAPORE (Apr 19): ST Engineering announced that its electronics arm, ST Electronics, has secured $635 million worth of contracts in 1Q18.

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Don’t let the printer be your network’s weakest link

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Advancer Global launches customisable integrated smart security systems

SINGAPORE (Mar 9): Advancer Global says its 70%-owned subsidiary, AGS Integration (AGSI), will provide customisable fully-integrated smart security solutions to address rising security threats as w

Global Economy

White House eyes tariff exemptions on national security grounds

WASHINGTON (Mar 8): The US may exempt countries based on national security considerations from steep tariffs on steel and aluminum imports that President Donald Trump plans to impose, White House P

Fintech

Why blockchain has far more potential than cryptocurrencies for now: Deutsche

SINGAPORE (Dec 7): Cryptocurrencies are a highly speculative and risky investment – although they do have the potential to develop into a new asset class in the future, according to Deutsche Bank W

Tech

Singapore overtakes US, Russia as country to launch most cyber attacks globally: Data

SINGAPORE (Sept 22): Singapore has overtaken nations including the US, Russia and China as the country launching the most cyber attacks globally, according to Israeli data security firm Check Point

Six types of people most commonly linked to money laundering crimes

SINGAPORE (Sept 21): Despite having one of the strongest anti-money laundering (AML) ecosystems in the region, Singapore continues to struggle with its exposure to money laundering risks.

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