Singapore Gets Cyber Agency

The government of Singapore has set up its own cybersecurity agency, known as Singapore Infocomm Technology Security Authority.

The agency will be responsible for dealing with cyber threats targeting people in Singapore.

According to government officials, the need for a cybersecurity agency was highlighted by the attacks against Georgia, Estonia, the United States, and South Korea in recent years.

The agency will conduct cyber-war games to ensure the country can quickly and effectively respond to cyber threats and partner with the private sector to build a more secure cyber infrastructure.

Experts believe the greatest threats to Singapore stem from economic espionage, criminal networks, and espionage against the government.

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