The Adelaide facility is a part of Australia’s lead cyber security agency, the Australian Signals Directorate, and its Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC). It provides the Australians access to a broad range of services from cyber security experts around the country.
The e-Scroll system has been developed with the aim to address the alarming rise in the number of fake degrees some of which are now rolled out online. Easy access to fake degrees and its related certificates is not only morally unforgiving but also sets out wrong signals to the wellbeing of the society.
Online reporting will not only make it easier to report a crime or other issues, it could also reduce inappropriate use of channels such as the emergency 111 number. A virtual service point is also being piloted where a digital portal enables connection between the public and a Police staff member.
The HKT-ASTRI Smart City Joint Laboratory will start with a few initial focus areas on Smart City infrastructure, Smart Mobility (including Electronic Road Pricing and Connected Vehicles) as well as fore-running technologies such as Blockchain, big data analytics, Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Smart Economy.
The app will be linking at-risk women directly to police and domestic violence services with the touch of a button. Details regarding how the app works, including its name cannot be disclosed to protect the privacy of those using the app.
The expo, themed “Inno Living. Happy Ageing”, featured ground-breaking devices, supplies, apps and systems developed by the Park companies that can improve the quality of life for the elderly.
The New Clark City can be made a reality and can emerge even better than what the government has imagined, through the cooperation between Filipino and Japanese enterprises. It will underscore the capability of the country to harness new technologies to build vibrant and sustainable communities.