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Thứ năm, 19/10/2023, 14:27 GMT+7

NUS has partnered Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) to establish a new S$20 million NUS-CSA CyberSG Talent, Innovation and Growth (TIG) Collaboration Centre.


Ms Josephine Teo, Minister for Communications and Information, looking on as Mr David Koh, Chief Executive, Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (extreme left) and Professor Chen Tsuhan, NUS Deputy President (Innovation and Enterprise) exchange Memorandum of Understanding documents.


This initiative, unveiled during the Cybersecurity Industry Innovation Day on 29 September 2023, aims to establish Singapore as the premier global cybersecurity innovation hub for economic growth. It will play a key role in achieving the objectives set out in CSA’s S$50 million Cyber TIG Plan to uplift Singapore’s cybersecurity sector.

In today's interconnected digital world, the need for sophisticated and trusted cybersecurity solutions has reached unprecedented levels. With Southeast Asia’s digital economy projected to reach US$1 trillion by 2030 and Internet users on the rise, a strong cybersecurity industry is essential. Beyond safeguarding Singapore’s digital future and cybersecurity resilience, especially amid recent scams and cybercrimes, the CyberSG TIG Collaboration Centre bolsters Singapore’s reputation as a trusted digital hub and aspires to help advance cybersecurity as an emerging economic driver for Singapore.  


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