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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.
Cybersecurity risk is fast becoming one of the top concerns of many businesses. Modern business is by nature interconnected and interdependent.
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 ...
The Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore ("IMDA") published the IoT Cyber Security Guide ("IoT Guide") on 13 March 2020.
On 3 March 2020, the Cybersecurity Agency of Singapore ("CSA") introduced the Cybersecurity Labelling Scheme ("CLS") as part of Singapore's Safer Cyberspace Masterplan.
On 10 July 2017, the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (“CSA”) released a draft Cybersecurity Bill for public consultation.
The Cybersecurity Law came into force on 1 June 2017. As reported previously in Update (3), one area under the law that concerns many businesses operating in China
On 15 September 2018, the Ministry of Public Security published a new regulation entitled "Regulation on supervision and inspection of the internet by public security authorities".
At the end of August, a number of draft Guidelines and draft National Standards were published by the National Information Security Standardisation Technical Committee, one of which is a revision of the draft Guidelines ...
As discussed in our newsletter Cybersecurity Law in China – At Long Last!, China's Cybersecurity Law was passed on 7 November 2016 and will come into effect on 1 June 2017.