Public-private partnerships (PPPs) are a key solution to ASEAN’s cybersecurity challenges, as they enable the region to bolster cybersecurity through resource and knowledge sharing.
Salah satu komponen penting dari solusi untuk masalah keamanan siber ASEAN adalah kemitraan antara sektor publik dan swasta. Dengan menggabungkan sumber daya dan pengetahuan mereka, publik-swasta dapat berkontribusi pada peningkatan keamanan siber di wilayah ini.
Singapore and the UK have embarked on a strategic partnership focused on digital innovation, economic cooperation, cybersecurity, sustainability, and global development, demonstrating their commitment to addressing contemporary global challenges and fostering prosperity and peace in the Asia-Pacific region.
Monash University and the Australian Federal Police have unveiled the AiLECS Lab, a cutting-edge research centre harnessing AI to empower law enforcement and enhance global community safety through technology-driven initiatives.
New Zealand is taking strides to enhance quantum technology in the nation by establishing the Quantum Technologies Research Programme, fostering international collaborations and nurturing a thriving domestic quantum research ecosystem, positioning New Zealand as a frontrunner in the quantum technology realm.
The DOST-ASTI has developed the PhilSensors app, which transforms access to critical meteorological data by providing ease of use and fast notifications; it empowers people and supports disaster management.
In 2023, Malaysia’s economy embraces digital innovation with RM132.6 billion in investments, marking a dynamic shift towards technology and fostering a robust ecosystem for growth and transformation.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has introduced Secure by Design, aiming to enhance cybersecurity by advocating for memory-safe languages and addressing the demand for secure coding skills, preparing future programmers for secure coding challenges.
GovTech introduces Notαrise, a groundbreaking digital healthcare verification platform in Singapore, enhancing the integrity and accessibility of health certificates through advanced technology and open-source solutions
Researchers from BRIN have developed an application system related to Hoya plants, facilitating a better understanding of Hoya plants, promoting conservation and advancing ecological studies.