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Singapore to spend S$30m to fund new cybersecurity centre

The move will deepen the region's cyber capabilities, enhance its ability to react to emerging global threats

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Mr Iswaran says that Singapore, together with its international and regional partners, remains firmly committed to an international rules-based order for cyberspace.

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A NEW centre to train teams of experts who can respond to local and regional cybersecurity incidents will be fully funded by the Singapore government when it is launched in the second quarter of 2019.

Over the next five years, S$30 million will be spent funding the Asean-

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