Singapore Sets High Bar in Cybersecurity Preparedness

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By Denise Schroeder and Marty Barron

The Cyber Security Agency of Singapore’s (CSA) Cybersecurity Health Report 2023 highlights the need for proactive measures and education to address evolving threats.

The report reveals that while Singaporean organizations have implemented over 70% of the requirements for “Cyber Essentials” certification, concerns persist about the prevalence of cyber incidents and the low prioritization of cybersecurity among businesses.

Take-aways for other Nations:

  • Robust Infrastructure and regulatory framework: The underpins to Singapore’s cybersecurity preparedness.
  • Collaboration and Innovation: Singapore fosters collaboration between government, industry, and academia to stay ahead of cybersecurity challenges.

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