By Ross O. Storey
22 March 2010
SINGAPORE -- Internet service providers (ISPs) in Singapore will be
subject to a new code of infocomm security practice under a package of
measures announced this morning by the Infocomm Development Authority
The package aims to strengthen Singapore's preparedness against cyber
threats to information security.
The programmes - introduced under Singapore's Infocomm Security
Masterplan 2 (MP2) - aim to bolster the security of the Lion City's
Internet infrastructure against cyber threats by issuing better early
warnings and undertaking appropriate pre-emptive actions.
The package was announced today by Singapore.s Acting Minister for
Information, Communications and the Arts, Lui Tuck Yew, at the IDA's
annual Information Security Seminar.
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