Proactively addressing the national cybersecurity risks holistically and adequately, can be done via a national strategy, legislation and enforcement, innovation and industry development as well as citizens awareness initiatives.
The countries aim to create a win-win situation from the production of technology to transfer of technology and know-how, creating jobs and moving towards self-reliance and sovereign development.
HKSTP’s financial relief include a one-off, six-month special rental concession at 50% discount to existing tenants in Science Park, InnoCentre and Industrial Estates to support tech start-ups keep their innovation going.
The new ‘Thailand Plus’ package includes a measure for STEM development wherein expenses spent hiring new highly skilled manpower, in fields of science and tech will be entitled to special deduction.
Thailand is pushing forward with its tech-driven economic goals through tax incentives, smart visas, better infrastructure and a highly-skilled workforce.
Malaysia regards digital technology as the driving factor for innovation and growth in many important areas including diplomacy which will be aided by 5G tech.
Thai governmental agencies partner with a Chinese e-commerce giant will organise an intensive training program aimed at enhancing Thai businesses competitiveness in the digital era.
eKYC technology is cost- and time-effective; perfect for Malaysia’s increasingly digital population. It is clear that eKYC regulation for the wider industry is inevitable and imperative.
The MoU will focus on fintech solutions across asset classes and the application of artificial intelligence to support connectivity of mainland Hong Kong, Chinese and international markets.
The tech, which can help detect suspicious items and automobiles in southern Thailand, is part of a collaboration between the mobile operator, the government and education sectors to strengthen Thailand’s economy.