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Singapore's Infocomm security masterplan

74 Leichhardt Street, Griffith, ACT, Douglas Tang
30 May 2006 -

Douglas Tang
Visiting Fellow from Singapore, Australian Institute of Criminology

Seminar presented at:
Australian Institute of Criminology
30 May 2006

Introduction

Given Singapore's pervasive use of Infocomm technology, the Singapore Government recognised the need to enhance the security of its Infocomm environment. In order to address and manage the cyber-threats in a more holistic and concerted manner, the Infocomm Security Masterplan was developed. In February 2005, the Masterplan was announced by the government as a 3-year strategic roadmap starting from April 2005 to March 2007, with a commitment to invest S$38 million on various cyber-security initiatives.

During the presentation, an overview of the Masterplan will be given, and this includes the objectives, framework and key strategies identified by the Singapore Government. This will be followed by a brief discussion on the various on-going projects resulting from the Masterplan.

About the presenter

Douglas is on a one-year Public Management Masters programme at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at National University of Singapore since January 2006. He is currently attached to the Australian Institute of Criminology for a month, as a visiting fellow doing his policy attachment work researching on cyber-crime and cyber-terrorism. Before leaving for his studies, he was working as the Assistant Director of the IT Security Division, Ministry of Home Affairs (Singapore). He provided IT security advice to various government agencies, and participated in the formulation of various cyber-security policies and initiatives of the Singapore Government.

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