TfNSW and Sydney Trains not effectively managing cyber security risks

Both NSW government agencies have assessed their cyber security risks as unacceptably high Transport for NSW and Sydney Trains are not effectively managing their cyber security risks. Significant weaknesses exist in their cyber security controls, and both agencies have assessed that their cyber risks are unacceptably high. According to the…

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Singapore to build a foundation of trust

Government says digital transformation requires security. Singapore will commit another $50 million over the next five years to bolster its digital trust capabilities. According to Josephine Teo Minister for Communications and Information, this initiative will bring together industry players, research institutions, and institutes of higher learning to drive research and…

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Malaysian Government looks to map out Borneo

Collecting Airborne IFSAR for Southeast Asian Government Agency. Malaysia’s federal mapping agency plans to map their sovereign territory on the island of Borneo, the largest island in Asia and the third largest in the world. Intermap, a geospatial content development and intelligence solutions provider was chosen by the Government to complete mapping the program.…

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Singapore to unlock full potential of digital

SGTraDex to digitalise the supply chain ecosystem. Singapore Government has announced that the country will be stepping up investments to unlock the full potential of the digital revolution through collective action. Building “digital infrastructure” for the future – SGTraDex The pandemic has accelerated the overall shift to digital. Building a…

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NSW Department of Education hit by cyberattack

Australian State education department deactivates a number of internal systems. Just days before students are to return to online school learning, the New South Wales (NSW) Department of Education has been a victim of a cyber-security attack. The State is currently under COVID-19 lockdown due to resurgence in transmissions. Students…

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Standard Chartered appoints CIO for Consumer, Private & Business Banking

Former CIO leaves for other opportunities. Standard Chartered (the Group) has announced the appointment of Anshu Sharma Raja as CIO Consumer, Private & Business Banking (CPBB). She will be based in Singapore, reporting to Group Chief Information Officer Michael Gorriz from August 2021, subject to regulatory approval. Former CIO, Paul…

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Toyota builds virtual desktops for its workforce with Nutanix

Has introduced a work-from-home program for about 13,000 employees. Japanese car brand, Toyota Motor Corp has adopted the Nutanix cloud platform to build a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) environment that can run 3D CAD software, delivering a new way of working for its Engineering Design Group. The car manufacturer with…

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Kaseya faces cyber security attack

Customers include Indonesian Government. The Cybersecurity Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) of the United States and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have stated both agencies have responded to the recent supply-chain ransomware attack leveraging a vulnerability in Kaseya VSA software against multiple managed service providers (MSPs) and their customers. The…

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