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Secura partners tertiary institutions to set up cybersecurity R&D laboratory
CATALIST-LISTED security company Secura Group on Friday said that it will partner Republic Polytechnic (RP), the University of Glasgow, and the University of Glasgow Singapore to establish a joint facility for research and development (R&D) in cybersecurity.
The laboratory will be located within RP's campus, and focus on topics such as cybersecurity for the Internet of Things, data analytics and Industry 4.0. The latter is also also known as the Fourth Industrial Revolution, under which manufacturing will be revolutionised by the integration of physical processes, robotics, computing and networking.
The estimated aggregate investment in the R&D laboratory for the next three years is S$10 million.
Secura chief Paul Lim said: "We hope that this collaboration will be an incubator to grow the cybersecurity ecosystem and create unique cybersecurity products and solutions for tomorrow's market."