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The aim is to will introduce new projects and platforms to support tech start-ups.
The aim is to protect those who invest in virtual asset portfolios or funds.
The two-year MoU will bolster Singapore’s cybersecurity ecosystem.
The Philippines earned a seat in the Executive Committee of the International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners.
The HKEX announces first blockchain platform in the financial services industry.
MAS’ latest document helps firms to improve their use of technology in decision-making.
Forecast predicts annual trading volume will grow by at least 500% over the next 1-3 years.
The negative impact of high digitisation rate is vulnerability to cyberattacks, which around 49% of the organisations have experienced.
India has been re-elected as a member of the International Telecommunications Union for another four years.
1-ASSESSMENT provides a bias-free assessment of goods by randomly assigning appraisers and examiners to each goods declaration.
Global collaboration and conversation are needed to instigate the kind of real action needed in the fight against cyber insecurity.
Several experts describe what they like best about the National Budget 2019.
Increased regulatory reciprocity are needed to ensure GBA cities work together productively.
Prompt reporting of incidents will give the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas an enhanced visibility on the changing IT risk landscape.
The guidelines plug the gap in legal systems for disruptive technologies.
Memory Optimised Flexible Blockchain allows user to temporarily store, summarise, or remove transactions while maintaining consistency.
Thailand leaders and policymakers urged to continue adopting blockchain-friendly regulations.
Blockchain could facilitate investigations and enhance transparency in govt procurement processes.
The 2nd Singapore-International Energy Agency Forum discusses digitalisation and its impact on the energy sector.
The government may consider a form of digital tax in view of technological developments.