Singapore’s Smart Nation initiative means that there is an increasing need for cybersecurity analysts. As the country moves towards a unified e-payment system and programs like digital tech for low-income households, internet of things for healthcare, and logistics for shopping malls, one thing is certain: Cyberattacks will be disruptive.
Here’s a peek at Singapore’s cybersecurity outlook.
Additional reporting by Pearl Lee and design by Andre Gunawan, Tech in Asia.
The Cyber Security Associates and Technologists (CSAT) Programme is for fresh and mid-career professionals who wish to combat cybercrime. It is under the company-led training program (CLT) by IMDA. Participating cybersecurity companies can be found here.
Where to upgrade cybersecurity skills?
TechSkills Accelerator (TeSA) is an initiative of Skillsfuture, driven by Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) and in partnership with strategic partners. TeSA offers various programs to support current Infocomm Media (ICM) professionals and non-ICM professionals to acquire new skills and in-demand domain knowledge. For more information, please visit here.
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