17 March 2017
at Secura Group Headquarters
01 December 2016
at Singapore Business Federation Seminar room 2
07 November 2016
at Suntec Convention & Exhibition (Summit 1&2, level3)
21 October 2016
Speaker & Exhibitor
at Pan Pacific Hotel Marina Bay
12 October 2016
An Evening with Skybox Security
at OSG Bar, Suntec City
10-12 October 2016
at Suntec Convention & Exhibition (Hall 401-404)
Red Sentry is at Booth G25
01 September 2016
M1 Networks Cyber Security Conference 2016
Mandarin Oriental Hotel
20-22 July 2016
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
31 March 2016
Fluke Networks | Bomgar
at Sheraton Tower Singapore
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Tan Kiat How appointed new CEO of Infocomm Media Development Authority
Straits Time, Singapore 5.23 p.m, Dec 16, 2016
The Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI) on Friday (Dec 16) announced the appointment of Mr Tan Kiat How as the new chief executive of the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA), effective from Jan 1 next year (2017).
StarHub confirms malicious attacks on servers caused broadband disruptions on Saturday and Monday
Straits Time, Singapore 3:55 p.m, Oct 25, 2016
StarHub issued a statement on Tuesday (Oct25) night to confirm that its broadband disruption on Saturday and Monday were due to "malicious distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks on our Domain Name Servers (DNS)".
Secura Group Ltd Joint R&D Lab with Republic Polytechnic and University of Glasgow
Singapore Oct 21, 2016
Secura Group Ltd signed a memorandum of understanding ("MOU") with Republic Polytechnic, the University of Glasgow and the University of Glasgow Singapore to establish a joint laboratory.
Singapore public servants' computers to have NO Internet Access
Straits Times, Singapore 5:00 a.m, Jun 8. 2016
All computers used officially by public servants in Singapore will be cut off from the Internet from May next year, in an unprecedented move to tighten security.