The bill was established to strengthen national security by preparing the U.S. defences against quantum-computing-enabled data breaches, while two other bills on children's online privacy protection were approved bills.
Singapore has announced its first Privacy Enhancing Technologies Sandbox as part of a decade-long initiative to increase public confidence and has established a pilot Data Centre - Call for Applications to promote the sustainable growth of data centres.
IMDA and the Ministry of Communications and Information have collaborated with Australia and Japan to combat unwanted telemarketing messages and to promote cooperation in the field of ICT.
Developed by Australian students, researchers and industry professionals, DecaaS uses machine learning models to create highly realistic albeit fake versions of data and digital assets that are attractive to hackers.
In addition to commemorating its 50th anniversary of establishment, Singapore's DSO National Laboratories oversaw the launch of the country's first Synthetic Aperture Radar Microsatellite and showcased innovation in vital areas.
The nation has transformation initiatives for the digitalisation of its pension funds and is also looking to ramp up awareness and education around cybersecurity - all as part of its strategy to advance digitalisation.
The e-invoice system approved by the Ministry of Finance’s General Department of Taxation will provide services through an official website and will create an equal, transparent and favourable business environment.
The bill tabled by the Ministry of Home Affairs aims to improve Singapore's capacity to prevent, identify and disrupt foreign interference and ensure the nation maintains political sovereignty and social cohesion.
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