The UK government and research council will grant Oxford University and London University a US$11.4 million government funding for cyber security research, in a bid to address the national shortage of cyber security experts and increase the number of doctoral graduates with relevant skills.
The New Zealand government is fast-tracking cybersecurity reforms – with fresh ...
The National Police Agency (NPA), Japan is adopting an ‘emergency programme’ as a new approach to fight against cybercrime. One of which includes teaming up with hackers to catch criminals and deal with online crime.
Indonesian government will tighten the cyber security measure after the series of hacking attacks that has defaced and paralysed a number of government owned websites early this week.
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada launched myPRIVACYapp, an application providing users with information on how to better protect personal information on their mobile devices.
The Indian government is setting up new national cybersecurity architecture to prevent sabotage, espionage and other forms of cyber-attacks on the country.
KDU College Penang’s School of Engineering, Science and Technology has recently signed a MOU with EC-Council Academy to enhance students’ knowledge and skills on information security through the latter’s Certified Ethical Hackers programme.
Yuejin Du, Deputy CTO, National Computer Network Emergency Response Technical Team Coordination Centre of China, shares his perspective on the trends in cybersecurity and cyber defence, and what actions governments should take to protect themselves from modern threats.
The European Commission launched a new European Cybercrime Centre within Europol, the European law enforcement agency, with an operational budget of US$9.3 million.
Paul Reedy, Manager Forensic Operations, Forensic and Data Centres, Australian Federal Police, takes Rahul Joshi and Thanya Kunakornpaiboonsiri through the developments in forensic operations within the past ten years: the technological breakthroughs, the explosion in data, the sophistication of criminal rings and training and accreditation standards.
Koji Nakao, Distinguished Researcher at the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan, explains to FutureGov the cybersecurity threats Japan faces, and the efforts being made to protect government and private organisations.
Philippine Health Insurance Corporation will introduce a Personally Controlled Health Records and allow its members to access and manage their own health information.
In a visit to Ngee Ann Secondary School yesterday (22 July), FutureGov found students deeply ...
The Infocomm Development Authority and Ministry of Education of Singapore have initiated plans to introduce ...
Ngee Ann Secondary School’s students are on a bid to “change the world” with ...