The Ministry of Communications and Information encouraged local businesses to take advantage of CSA’s SG Cyber Safe website and maximise the available toolkits and resources.
The Telecommunication Engineering Centre will certify select products from registered start-ups, which can then be tested at private labs at a subsidised tariff. Start-ups can use the labs for radio conformance, protocol and interface testing.
A tech company launched a new hub in Adelaide as part of the South Australian Landing Pad programme which is helping to stimulate the economy, create jobs, grow new industries and support existing ones.
As cybercrimes rise in the country, the Philippine Central Bank has stepped up enterprise protection and now requires all financial institutions – big or small – to deploy cyberfraud monitoring systems.
Businesses are pivoting to grab new growth, and the workforce is being equipped to function in a more digital world while ensuring sustainability and climate goals.
Over 97% of public services that meet MIC requirements are now provided online at level 4. The five localities with the highest number of online dossiers from January to April were Quang Ninh, Ho Chi Minh City, Lai Chau, Hoa Binh, and Bac Ninh.
The university has teamed up with the Malaysia branch of a South Korea-based company to research the development of technology and other solutions for better water and sleep quality.
Indigenous people living in remote areas are at a tremendous disadvantage when it comes to storing food so a university-led team looks to bridge that gap using technology.
Residents in South Los Angeles will benefit from more transit alternatives thanks to a US$ 18 million investment into its alternative, sustainable transportation programme.
NSW Farmers are benefiting from free drone training, helping them apply new tech to make life on the land more productive and prosperous. The training helps primary producers reap the benefits of new and emerging tech.