Singapore falls prey to malicious URLs

Singapore falls prey to malicious URLs

Posted by SGCS Admin, 11-09-2018

There were 7.1 million clicks on malicious links in Singapore, nearly beating 7.4 million in Indonesia. Singapore continued to fall prey to malicious URLs in Asia, as a Trend Micro report revealed th...

Network security review of critical service sectors to be completed soon

Network security review of critical service sectors to be completed soon

Posted by SGCS Admin, 11-09-2018

A review of the network security of 11 critical service sectors, following the SingHealth data breach, will be completed by the end of this year, Minister for Communications and Information S. Iswaran...

EXCLUSIVE: As hackers steal details of 380,000 BA customers, we are given unique access to the agents fighting masterminds of financial crime

EXCLUSIVE: As hackers steal details of 380,000 BA customers, we are given unique access to the agents fighting masterminds of financial crime

Posted by SGCS Admin, 10-09-2018

The MoS got exclusive access to the National Cyber Security Centre It was set up 2 years ago as a new arm of the Government's intelligence service The centre is housed in a grand office block in M...

Online NRIC generators a

Online NRIC generators a 'cause for concern', cybersecurity experts say

Posted by SGCS admin, 09-09-2018

SINGAPORE: While the Government has issued new guidelines against indiscriminate collection of NRIC details, cybersecurity experts have highlighted a different kind of personal data&nbs...

MAS Consults On Measures To Strengthen Cyber Resilience Of Financial Institutions

MAS Consults On Measures To Strengthen Cyber Resilience Of Financial Institutions

Posted by SGCS admin, 08-09-2018

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) issued for consultation proposed requirements for financial institutions (FIs) in Singapore to implement essential cyber security measures to protect the...

Hackers hijack 380,000 customers’ data from British Airways’ site

Hackers hijack 380,000 customers’ data from British Airways’ site

Posted by SGCS admin, 08-09-2018

Hackers have stolen the data of 380,000 customers including names, addresses, phone number, and payment information from the British Airways website. However, the compromised data didn’t i...