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With the spate of cybersecurity incidents on large listed companies, cybersecurity risk has increasingly become a key point that affects investor risk appetite and companies are now subject to certain disclosure ...
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (“MAS”) recently revised its Technology Risk Management Guidelines (the “Guidelines”) which are to be observed and followed by all financial institutions (“FIs”) that are regulated by ...
The energy sector is becoming increasingly digitalised and companies in this sector should consider how digitalisation affects them. This final
article in our Cybersecurity & Singapore series highlights the impact of ...
Cybersecurity risk is fast becoming one of the top concerns of many businesses. Modern business is by nature interconnected and interdependent.
Cybersecurity involves more than just the 'technical' aspect of systems and processes involved in the digital landscape. Employees' actions (or inactions) also can have a significant impact on corporate liability.
On 3 March 2020, the Cybersecurity Agency of Singapore ("CSA") introduced the Cybersecurity Labelling Scheme ("CLS") as part of Singapore's Safer Cyberspace Masterplan.
The Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore ("IMDA") published the IoT Cyber Security Guide ("IoT Guide") on 13 March 2020.
As a vital system in modern society, energy infrastructure is a prime target for adversaries and represents a critical vulnerability deserving of special attention. Energy infrastructure and supply chain often feature ...
Technology and data may empower whole business. On the flip side, they can generate risks. As data use proliferates, all companies face the risk of data breaches. With increased enforcement action and more decisions in ...
On 10 July 2017, the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (“CSA”) released a draft Cybersecurity Bill for public consultation.