GovTech’s new Vulnerability Rewards Programme – a bug-hunting initiative – offers up to $5,000 for ethical hackers to find security vulnerabilities in public sector systems.
The two nations signed MoU on cybersecurity cooperation that aims to institutionalise cyber cooperation between both defence establishments and the financial sector to maintain and strengthen bilateral institutional ties.
Facing the highly contagious Delta variant in the fourth wave of COVID-19, the government is utilising technology for large-scale services distribution, contact tracing, testin, and vaccination management.
As the COVID-19 pandemic caused an economic recession, U.S. government agencies were forced to adopt digital budgeting solutions with cloud-based technology.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) has pledged to provide more support to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) by setting up a trading platform specifically for SMEs in the near future.
To make IoT platforms more secure, the researchers have come up with an energy and time-efficient blockchain protocol that allows secure communication over IoT networks.
As the demand for minimally invasive vascular interventional therapy is increasing, Chinese researchers developed a vascular interventional surgical robot that has passed clinical trials.
Held in support of MyDIGITAL and in conjunction with MDEC’s 25th anniversary, the month-long festival showcases the quality and opportunity in Malaysia’s digital and tech ecosystem.
Taiwanese and foreign experts from industries and academia discussed digital technologies and the development of skills and human resources in the post-pandemic world.
Newly funded research will develop new materials and better systems for efficient hydrogen storage. The work is expected to progress Australia’s move towards a hydrogen economy.