Introducing Singapore’s new draft Cybersecurity Bill
Jul12

Introducing Singapore’s new draft Cybersecurity Bill

On 10 July 2017, Singapore’s long-awaited draft Cybersecurity Bill was introduced. This is a timely development, especially in view of recent cybersecurity attacks such as the Advanced Persistent Threat attacks targeting two of Singapore’s universities and the global WannaCry and Petya / Petna malware attacks. As a small and highly connected nation, Singapore is dependent on info-communications technology, and cybersecurity threats...

Read More
Singapore upgrades its cyber-defences
Feb14

Singapore upgrades its cyber-defences

A recent amendment to Singapore’s Computer Misuse Act is designed to enable a “nimble and comprehensive response” to the threat of cyber-attacks. But some argue that the new Government powers are too broad and are open to abuse. We examine the key provisions of the new law and what it might mean for organisations in Singapore and beyond. “Sophisticated and malicious”. “A real and present...

Read More