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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 ...
Whilst its relevance becomes more and more acute to the point where it is now seen as a business essential, for some reason Cyber insurance remains shrouded in mystery.
Cybersecurity risk is fast becoming one of the top concerns of many businesses. Modern business is by nature interconnected and interdependent.
The NISR (Network and Information Systems Regulations), which came into force on 9 May 2018, are designed to protect the critical national infrastructure of EU countries in the event of a cyber attack.
Our Commercial team looks at the recently published European standard, which provides greater clarity over the level of cybersecurity expected in IoT products.
On 16 October 2019, the German telecommunications regulator Bundesnetzagentur has published a new draft catalogue (PDF) with security requirements under Sections 109 and 109a TKG (“Catalogue”).
As internet-connected devices across Europe playing an increasingly important role in supporting day to day economic activity, EU parliament has recently passed a new Cybersecurity Act, ensuring cyber resilience of ...
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.
Given increased adoption of new technology for payment systems and within the financial ecosystem, the relevant authorities in Singapore have provided guidelines to mitigate cybersecurity risks. Despite adopting ...
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 ...