The Ministry of
Digital Economy and Society in Thailand has been working with the Ministry of
Internal Affairs and Communications of Japan in the area of postal services. In FY 2016, MIC
conducted a research project that suggested that utilising the postal network
for the purpose of public administrative services could be effective in
addressing the digital divide. This current project will develop a PoC for the same.
Six individuals and organisations recognised for contributions to Singapore’s cybersecurity ecosystem
Professor Yu Chien
Siang who received the Hall of Fame Award developed Singapore’s first
secure email system and PC security system and pioneered the implementation of
public key systems for the Singapore Government.
The Huawei-NYP partnership places strong emphasis on addressing the shortage of ICT professionals in Singapore by joint research, education and training programmes.
As part of the MOU, the Government of Maharashtra and MAS
will co-develop educational programmes on FinTech and explore potential joint
innovation projects on the application of key technologies such as digital and
mobile payments, blockchain, and big data.
SK Group will collaborate with the Malaysian Government in key
areas such as ICT & 5G, Oil & Gas, Green Technology as well as urban
development. A second MOU was signed between Cyberview Sdn Bhd and two SK Group
subsidiaries for the development of Blue Ocean Smart Cities in Malaysia,
starting with Cyberjaya.
HIGAF 2.0 takes key elements of the COBIT 5 framework and
combines them with digital health resources, including the WHO and
International Telecommunication Union National (ITU) eHealth Strategy Toolkit
and the Broadband Commission report Digital Health: A Call for Government
Leadership and Cooperation between ICT and Health.
Global Digital Health Partnership launched in Australia with participants from 13 countries, Hong Kong SAR and WHO
Over the coming year, the Global Digital Health Partnership will collaborate on: 1) connected and interoperable health care; 2) cyber security; 3) policies that support digital health outcomes; 4) clinician and consumer engagement; and 5) evidence and evaluation of digital health.
The A$1.3-million project will change the way classified information is stored and accessed, and facilitate the move away from paper to electronic distribution and storage.