Singapore needs to groom more cybersecurity experts and data analysts, said Yaacob Ibrahim, Minister for Communications and Information.
REACH, Singapore government’s e-engagement platform has introduced a Facebook login for its discussion forum today, said Dr Amy Khor, Senior Minister of State, Health and Manpower and Chairman of REACH.
National Registration Department of Malaysia has tightened the security of MyKad, a compulsory identity document for citizens, to reduce counterfeit cards, said Deputy Minister of Home Affairs Datuk Dr Wan Junaidi Jaafar.
Integrated Health Information Systems, Singapore’s Ministry of Health’s IT arm, and National Cancer Centre Singapore have implemented a new RFID system called the Real-time Ambulatory Patient Information Deployment Enabler to reduce chemotherapy patients’ waiting time and improve efficiency.
During a recent IT Security Conference, Daniel Lai, the Government CIO of Hong Kong SAR, emphasised the importance of performing security risk assessments to evaluate the weakness and strengths of their organisation’s IT systems.
In order to make the City of Sydney safer at night, Lord Mayor Clover Moore announced that the Council will be adding 10 more closed-circuit television cameras to monitor main streets and the central business district.
Reshan Dewapura, CEO of the ICT Agency of Sri Lanka (ICTA), underscored the importance of Open Source and why it’s crucial for the country’s ‘transformation’ during a recent high-level meeting with stakeholders from the IT industry.
More Indian government departments are embracing technology to address growing urbanisation, demands for accountability, rising citizen service requirements and safety expectations.
The Indonesian port city of Pekalongan is well on its way to achieving its smart city vision for 2015, says Mayor Mohamad Basyir Ahmad. Guided by its E-Development Framework 2008-2015, the city is transforming its government, education, society and businesses with ICT.
The ICT Office of the Department of Science and Technology revealed plans to roll out PhPay, an online e-payment system that aims to give citizens a more convenient, faster and more transparent way of completing government transactions.
In a bid to eradicate corruption, the Corruption Eradication Commission urges government public relations officials to use social media to promote transparency and openness.
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