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S'pore's public sector has strong appetite for biometrics, machine learning

S’pore’s public sector has strong appetite for biometrics, machine learning

Singapore’s public service technology leaders rank increasing customer service as their number one outcome to achieve, along with Japan and Australia.


Public utilities, government attacks and targeted threats dominate Q2 security landscape


In the second quarter of 2015, cybercriminals became more inventive in their attack methods to infiltrate and abuse existing technologies that are often overlooked.

Singapore’s A*Star, IDA focus on business analytics growth

Singapore’s A*Star and IDA have set up Business Analytics Translational Centre to help companies gain insights about their business and drive bottom-line growth.

Public, private sector security strategies balance risks, innovation

More than US$8 trillion dollars, the US Department of Commerce estimates, are exchanged over wired and wireless networks each year and it is growing. By end of 2016, Gartner says, most Global 1000 companies will have customer-sensitive data stored in public clouds.

Ovum: Cloud benefits exceed expectations in public sector

Government agency case studies in Australia confirm that cloud services can actually be a better, faster, less expensive and less risky way to source ICT, said Ovum in its 'Practical Steps to the Cloud for Government Agencies' report.

Excessive dependence on cyberspace a liability on society

Cyber warfare has emerged as the new domain for international conflicts, and cooperation between the public and private sectors are crucial to ensuring society’s safety, said the director general for the foreign affairs and intelligence department at Japan’s National Police Agency, Shigeru Kitamura.

ICT opportunities abound in Singapore's public sector

IDC Government Insights projects that in FY10, the overall ICT spending in Singapore is expected to increase year-over-year (YoY).