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15-09-2017
Innovation and Technology Venture Fund

The Government has launched the Innovation and Technology Venture Fund on 15-09-2017. It is now open for application by venture capital funds to become co-investment partners (Deadline: 15-01-2018). A briefing session will be held on 03-10-2017 at the Hong Kong Science Park. Interested venture capital funds are welcome to attend.

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19-04-2019
Adobe Research: Lag in technology adoption a dampener on CX

Businesses are aware of the importance of delivering first-class personalized customer experiences (CX), but the implementation of marketing and CX technology remains fragmented, according to new research from Adobe in partnership with Econsultancy.The “Digital Intelligence Briefing: 2019 Digital Trends” promises insights into the current state of digital trends set to impact companies this year. The report is based on a global survey of more than 12,500 marketing, advertising, e-commerce, creative and IT professionals working for both brands and agencies.The role of DXAccording to the report, a significant amount (19%) of respondents cite customer experience optimization as the most exciting opportunity this year. Surprisingly, a majority (54%) of global companies categorize their CX maturity as either “not very advanced” (46%) or downright “immature” (8%).Indeed, 44% of marketers said the biggest challenge they face this year is “difficulty getting a holistic view of customers across all interactions”, while 31% of marketers see a “lack of marketing technology integrations” as a barrier to securing an end-to-end view of audience and customer interactions.And while personalization remains an area of focus for organizations looking to provide advanced customer experience, 44% of marketers admit that the biggest challenge they face is “difficulty getting a holistic view of customers across all interactions”.On that front, almost a third (31%) of marketers cited a “lack of marketing technology integrations” as a barrier to securing an end-to-end view of audience and customer interactions.DX in APACIn the Asia Pacific (APAC), just 9% of the organizations in the region regard their customer experience as “very advanced”, compared to 15% of US respondents that described their companies this way. Indeed, 24% of APAC executives describe themselves as cautious compared with 34% in the US.It is worth noting that organizations that classify themselves as CX leaders are almost three times more likely than their peers to have exceeded their top 2018 business goal by a significant market, notes the report. More than anything, this illustrates the fact that CX is now an essential differentiator for businesses today.Unsurprisingly, one in four (24%) of APAC businesses state that they have experienced a positive rather than negative impact from the increased focus on consumer data protection.Technology underpins successUltimately, a more unified approach in marketing technology is needed. This area is notoriously fragmented, no thanks due to the historical build-up of outdated systems and disparate solutions and homegrown fixes dedicated to quickly plug gaps and address new needs, notes the report.Achieving the potential of digital transformation hence necessitates that businesses establish an effective technology base and leverage the right kind of digital technologies for successful CX – such as through the use of data-driven marketing and machine learning.“Our research indicates that as new techniques and practices related to customer experience emerge, organizations are struggling to keep up with the rate of change,” said Paula Parkes, Adobe Asia Pacific Senior Director of Marketing. “Our priority is to work with brands to unlock the possibilities of customer experience management and accelerate their business transformation.”“Although organizations understand the importance of data-driven marketing and technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning, there is a lag in implementation. Instead, many companies resort to using a patchwork of technologies, resulting in business fragmentation,” she said.The full report from Adobe can be downloaded here (free registration).Further reading:Adobe sets the stage for the future of customer experienceAdobe launches Experience Platform for real-time personalization at scaleAdobe: Why it pays to be an experience business Caption: Image credit: iStockphoto by Getty Images/Warchi

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19-04-2019
Freshworks announces integration of WhatsApp Business

Customer engagement software provider Freshworks this week announced the integration of its customer engagement suite with WhatsApp Business to offer on-the-go conversational support via WhatsApp.The move will allow Freshworks to manage and route user conversations on WhatsApp within the Freshworks customer engagement suite using Omniroute. The result is better customer service and more efficient support through WhatsApp and other integrated channels on the Freshworks platform.Supporting users on WhatsAppSpecifically, the Freshworks integration will allow users to reach businesses with any query, directly on WhatsApp, and businesses can immediately respond and offer support.Over 1.5 billion people from 180 countries use WhatsApp to stay in touch with family and friends, and the messaging platform is particularly popular in countries such as India, Malaysia and Singapore.The integration with the WhatsApp Business solution further fulfills this promise while giving businesses the power to manage conversations at scale. Responses can be text messages, images, GIFs, attachments or from a selection of canned responses.In addition, Freshchat dashboard provides separate insights on WhatsApp conversations, like chat volume and productivity within the WhatsApp channel. According to Freshworks, this integration is already available in four continents leveraged by support and sales functions across verticals like e-commerce, media, travel, and finance.“Users no longer have to jump through hoops to reach out to a business - all they have to do is flip out their mobile and engaging with their favorite brand is just a message away on WhatsApp,” said Girish Mathrubootham, CEO of Freshworks.“Omnichannel customer engagement is becoming the imperative to providing great customer support. The integration with the enormously popular WhatsApp platform enables customers and prospects to get in touch with businesses instantly, offering support through this widely used medium of choice,” he said.Further reading:WhatsApp crosses a billion users, but faces long road aheadZendesk launches WhatsApp Business Solution integrationIndia set to offer Whatsapp mobile payments soon Caption: Image credit: iStockphoto by Getty Images/Jacob Ammentorp Lund

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18-04-2019
Singapore ranks #1 on overall AI readiness in Asia Pacific

Salesforce recently launched the Asia Pacific AI Readiness Index, which evaluates the quality and strength of AI frameworks and ecosystems in Australia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand.Specifically, the Index examines AI readiness across the spheres of consumer, business and government, and provides practical recommendations to improve AI adoption in these three areas.Commissioned by Salesforce and prepared by TRPC, the report sets out the potential benefits and challenges of AI, and through qualitative research and quantitative modelling, assesses the ability of consumers, businesses, and governments to adopt, deploy, and support AI technologies.Some key findings of the report include:Singapore leads the region in overall AI readiness followed by Hong Kong and India Singapore also takes the lead in terms of business and government readiness Thailand takes the lead in terms of consumer readiness, followed by Hong Kong and Singapore AI adoption remains is fragmented and uneven across the region Trust and accountability are key to wider AI adoption, and Governments must drive AI readinessSingapore ranks highest in the overall Index due to it having one of the region’s most progressive and conducive approaches to AI.From data protection laws to nationwide cybersecurity strategies, Singapore’s institutions have built strong regulatory foundations to maximize the impact of digital technologies on the economy.Sassoon Grigorian, Head of Public Policy and Government Affairs, Salesforce, makes the following recommendations:Strengthen AI-specific data protection policies: The Singapore government must demonstrate its hardline stance on the misuse or misappropriation of private information. Strengthening both data protection and business certainty in a fast-evolving technological environment is the road to a solid foundation for countering data breaches, ensuring public trust and the continued development of AI.   Build a regional hub for AI research centers: Singapore has been successful in attracting businesses to set up regional headquarters that service the rest of the region. A similar approach must be adopted to ensure AI businesses create and grow local AI research centers. This will not only give Singapore a strong foothold in the regional AI value chain, it will give it further the region’s ability to develop a local AI talent pool.   Strengthen skills upgrading initiatives to build a homegrown pool of versatile AI talent: AI Singapore has launched two initiatives – AI for Industry (AI4I) and AI for Everyone (AI4E) – to equip 12,000 Singaporeans over the next three years. This is a great start, but more needs to be done for Singapore to become a regional AI hub. Whether it is introducing coding at an early age or encouraging computational thinking, making AI a part of the education system can both bridge the local AI talent gap and quell future workers’ fears of the impact of AI on their jobs.   Incentivize creativity and innovation to foster a dynamic AI ecosystem: Innovative capabilities are becoming core business skills. From tech start-ups to multinational corporations, businesses are looking beyond employees’ technical skills to remain competitive.54 The ability to think critically and solve problems creatively are highly sought-after competences that Singapore cannot afford to neglect. Apart from fostering such aptitudes in educational institutions, Singapore can incentivise out-of-the-box thinking in the workplace by making it one of many KPIs for career progression. Further reading:Infographics: Asia Pacific AI-Readiness Index  Three ways to accelerate AI adoption Three AI breakthroughs and what they mean for business 

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18-04-2019
Unresolved customer feedback: Four out of five less likely to buy again

A significant proportion of brands collect feedback, but fail to act on it, according to a new report by Qualtrics, which noted that failing to act on insights and address negative experiences have an adverse impact on customer loyalty.Feedback mattersAccording to the “State of Customer Feedback” report, 42% of consumers say brands collect feedback but fail to act on it. This is based on a survey of 500 consumers.Around four out of five (84%) consumers say they are less likely to buy again when negative feedback remains unresolved. When resolved, however, 54 percent of respondents say they are more likely to purchase again.In Singapore, it was found that less than half of customer feedback (48%) is being actioned. Another 42 percent says the feedback was acknowledged but not acted upon, while 10 percent says feedback were ignored completely.The speed at which customers expect responses vary depending on the feedback channel used. Overall, 80 percent of consumers want feedback within 24 hours - with just under two-thirds (62%) saying it is received within this timeframe.Social media has emerged as a popular tool for customers to provide feedback, with LinkedIn and Instagram are the most likely feedback channels in which brands are deemed most likely to respond within a 24-hour time frame.In addition, email is the preferred option among consumers for sharing positive (39%) and negative (40%) feedback. Online reviews are also a popular platform for positive feedback, with 28 percent opting for this platform. When it comes to sharing negative feedback, phones are the preferred platform after email (18%).“Organizations can engage with customers on their terms, interact with them when and where it suits them, and get straight to the issues that matter using dynamic data collection tools that adapt intelligently to feedback in real-time,” suggested Foo Mao Gen, Head of Southeast Asia, Qualtrics, who suggested that companies leverage the feedback to deliver a better experience in the future.Further reading:Why Cathay Pacific decided to revamp its customer feedback systemHow AI is set to revolutionize the customer experienceBuilding an integrated customer experience for traditional and online retail Caption: Image credit: iStockphoto by Getty Images/MicroStockHub

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18-04-2019
WeLend deepens cloud adoption

Hong Kong’s online lending pioneer has gone beyond using AWS for compute and storage purposes. It now using AWS for AI, automation and security to name a few

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18-04-2019
Accelerating privacy regulation tops worries for 70% of FSIs in 1Q19

The latest Gartner Emerging Risk Monitor Report revealed that concerns about rapidly accelerating privacy regulations and their associated regulatory burdens are the top emerging risk that organizations face globally.The quarterly survey of 98 senior executives across industries and geographies showed that “accelerating privacy regulation” (64%) had overtaken “talent shortages” as the top emerging risk in the Q1 2019 Emerging Risk Monitor survey (see Figure 1). Concerns around privacy regulations were consistently spread across the globe, denoting the increasingly numerous and geographically specific regulations that companies must now comply with.“With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) now in effect, executives realize that complying with privacy regulations is more complex and costly than first anticipated,” said Matt Shinkman, managing vice president and risk practice leader at Gartner. “More budget dollars from IT, legal and information security are going to address GDPR compliance, just as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is set to take effect, adding another layer of complexity for companies to navigate in this area.”RELATED: Gartner forecasts worldwide information security spending to exceed US$124B in 2019Figure 1. Top five risks by overall risk score: 2Q18, 3Q18, 4Q18, 1Q19Source: Gartner (April 2019)The data showed a particularly elevated concern among executives from the banking, financial services, technology and telecommunications, and food, beverage and consumer goods sectors, with at least 70% of executives in each sector indicating it as a top risk. The CCPA is one of several new global privacy regulations modeled after Europe’s GDPR law, which has been in effect since 2018. An increasingly fragmented data privacy regulatory landscape, with new privacy laws also recently enacted in Australia and Japan, have complicated the path to full privacy compliance for many organizations. “We are now seeing an evolution from GDPR-specific concerns, which have been on executives’ minds for the past couple of years, to a broader recognition that their organizations need to overhaul their entire data security governance strategies,” said Shinkman. “GDPR compliance is really just the starting gun in this process, and not the finish line.”A number of other emerging risks cited in the survey may also be contributing to executive unease around accelerating privacy regulation. “Pace of change” was the second overall risk most concerning to executives surveyed. Concerns about lagging or misconceived digitization were both among the top five risks, while outdated policies and procedures were flagged as a top 10 risk. Caption: Image from iStockPhoto/zoranm

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18-04-2019
HKBN gets CA nod for merger with WTT

The Communications Authority has accepted revised commitments from HKBN and WTT to address competition concerns arising from their imminent merger

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18-04-2019
JOS names this year's Innovation Awards winners

JOS, Manulife, Hong Kong Maxim's Group and Sino Group have named the winners of this year's JOS Innovation Awards

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18-04-2019
Cisco Talos details exceptionally dangerous DNS hijacking attack

Cisco Talos says state-sponsored attackers are battering DNS to gain access to sensitive networks and systems

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18-04-2019
Coming soon: A token taxonomy to define the world of blockchain

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance is calling on businesses to collaborate on standards that describe digital currencies and other assets for business use

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18-04-2019
Microsoft and BMW Group launch Open Manufacturing Platform

Earlier this month, Microsoft and the BMW Group announced a new community initiative to enable faster, more cost-effective innovation in the manufacturing sector. In manufacturing today, production and profitability can be hindered by complex, proprietary systems that create data silos and slow productivity. The Open Manufacturing Platform (OMP) is designed to break down these barriers through the creation of an open technology framework and cross-industry community.The initiative is expected to support the development of smart factory solutions that will be shared by OMP participants across the automotive and broader manufacturing sectors. The goal is to significantly accelerate future industrial IoT developments, shorten time to value and drive production efficiencies while addressing common industrial challenges.Built on the Microsoft Azure industrial IoT cloud platform, the OMP is intended to provide community members with a reference architecture with open source components based on open industrial standards and an open data model.In addition to facilitating collaboration, this platform approach is designed to unlock and standardize data models that enable analytics and machine learning scenarios — data that has traditionally been managed in proprietary systems. Utilizing industrial use cases and sample code, community members and other partners will have the capability to develop their own services and solutions while maintaining control over their data."Microsoft is joining forces with the BMW Group to transform digital production efficiency across the industry," said Scott Guthrie, executive vice president, Microsoft Cloud + AI Group. "Our commitment to building an open community will create new opportunities for collaboration across the entire manufacturing value chain."With currently over 3,000 machines, robots and autonomous transport systems connected with the BMW Group IoT platform, which is built on Microsoft Azure's cloud, IoT and AI capabilities, the BMW Group plans to contribute relevant initial use cases to the OMP community.One example is the company's use of their IoT platform for the second generation of its autonomous transport systems in the BMW Group plant in Regensburg, Germany, one of 30 BMW Group production and assembly sites worldwide. This use case has enabled the BMW Group to greatly simplify its logistics processes via central coordination of the transport system, creating greater logistics efficiency.In the future, this and other use cases—such as digital feedback loops, digital supply chain management and predictive maintenance—will be made available and, in fact, developed further within the OMP community."Mastering the complex task of producing individualized premium products requires innovative IT and software solutions," said Oliver Zipse, member of the Board of Management of BMW AG, Production."The interconnection of production sites and systems as well as the secure integration of partners and suppliers are particularly important. We have been relying on the cloud since 2016 and are consistently developing new approaches. With the Open Manufacturing Platform as the next step, we want to make our solutions available to other companies and jointly leverage potential in order to secure our strong position in the market in the long term."The OMP is the next evolution in the BMW Group's and Microsoft's long-standing technology partnership and mutual commitment to innovation and creating industry-wide opportunities for collective success. Through the OMP, community members will have greater opportunities to unlock the potential of their data, allowing them to build and integrate industrial solutions more quickly and securely and, in turn, benefit from contributing to and learning from other organizations.Pages1 2 » last »

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18-04-2019
7-Eleven 'CLiQQs' with CleverTap to drive customer engagement for its digital payments app

7-Eleven Philippines, a subsidiary of the global retail chain, has chosen its platform to drive user engagement and retention for CLiQQ, their digital payments app. CLiQQ is the official 7-Eleven Philippines mobile app for WiFi, Rewards, and Payments. With its CLiQQ WiFi capabilities, 7-Eleven customers get easy access to the internet using the points they've earned while purchasing at any of their stores across the Philippines."The app business is very important to us at 7-Eleven as it helps to establish a direct digital connection with the customers," said Jason Jan Ngo, Head of Information Technology Division at Philippine Seven Corporation.He added: "We're looking at the app as a one-stop solution; where our customers earn points when they make purchases at the store and pay via our 7-Eleven app while making it convenient to pay their bills, load e-money, transfer funds and more. We've seen our user base grow substantially in the past year. With CleverTap, we are excited to be able to build real-time engagement with customers across channels including 7-Eleven apps, as well as in-store POS, kiosks, and website.""We are proud to be associated with 7-Eleven Philippines who are synonymous with digital transformation. We see a tremendous opportunity in the Southeast Asian market, and are committed to helping brands retain their users for life. Our aim is to provide 7-Eleven with a single source of truth by unifying data from multiple sources, and helping them build long-term customer relationships at scale," said Anand Jain, Co-founder of CleverTap."The CLiQQ business is uniquely positioned since it has a strong brand value that stems from the 7-Eleven conglomerate. While it's no surprise that it has been one of the most downloaded apps in the region in recent times, it has contributed significantly to the growth of 7-Eleven's consumer base. With CleverTap, they will be able to optimize the entire customer lifecycle - from onboarding to retention, and maximize customer lifetime value - leading to brand loyalty and increased market penetration."  Caption: Photo credit: iStockPhoto.com

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17-04-2019
Suspected Russian-speaking threat actors continue cybercrime spree against global retailers and financial institutions

Investigation from CyberInt’s Research Lab has connected a single gang to a range of attacks against retailers and financial institutions around the world using legitimate remote access software.The group has used the same tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) along with the repeated nefarious use of an off-the-shelf commercial remote administration tool, “Remote Manipulator System” (RMS), developed by a Russian-based company, TektonIT.They were behind attacks against the global financial industry between December 2018 and February 2019, launching campaigns against financial institutions in Chile, India, Italy, Malawi, Pakistan, and South Korea, among others; and December 2018 campaigns against US-based retailers. Campaigns are continuing today.The financially motivated TA505 has been active since 2014, when they began high-volume malicious email campaigns, including the distribution of the “Dridex” and “Shifu” banking trojans as well as the Neutrino botnet/exploit kit and Locky ransomware.The members of TA505 are thought to be native Russian speakers, based on analysis of their code.CyberInt’s Research Lab discovered the attack through its outside-in approach, where it seeks out threats before they enter the organization. CyberInt’s machine learning-based AI detection platform automatically sorts through hundreds of thousands of events across the Internet and darknet and deep web, bringing specific patterns to the attention of cyber-analysts, who further investigate the TTPs and their impact on CyberInt’s customers.“Although they are using phishing and social engineering to get the software into the organizations, once its installed, it’s virtually undetectable by traditional threat protection systems because it’s legitimate software,” said Adi Peretz, Senior Strategic Consultant and Head of Research at CyberInt. “They are still very much active. This is only the beginning of our deep-dive investigation.“Our ‘white hat-hacking approach’ makes it critical that we reveal their TTPs so organizations can better prepare themselves. Signature detection doesn’t work, but if you focus on training your employees to avoid their modus operandi, you have a greater chance of protecting your organization.”CyberInt recommends adoption of a machine learning technology platform that is tailored to the individual business’ specific requirements, where analysts determine in advance for which types of threats they need to mitigate first.

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17-04-2019
Hamburg taking pole position in digital road and vehicle innovations

With 1.8 million inhabitants, Hamburg is Germany’s second largest city. The City of Hamburg is promoting state-of-the-art technologies with the aim of becoming a showroom for innovative mobility.Digital technology plays a key role in making urban mobility and logistics in Hamburg safer, more efficient, and more eco-friendly. Therefore, Hamburg’s strategy on Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) is targeted at traffic safety, traffic flows, environmental effects, and the promotion of innovations. After all, the world’s very first transport association was founded in Hamburg in 1965. As host to the 2021 ITS World Congress, the Hanseatic city is once again on its way to becoming a model city for intelligent transport systems.Autonomous vehiclesOne example is Volkswagen Group Research testing autonomous vehicles in urban traffic in Hamburg. This is the first time Volkswagen has begun to test automated driving to Level 4 at real driving conditions in a major German city. A fleet of five e-Golf, equipped with laser scanners, cameras, ultrasonic sensors and radars, will drive on a 3km section of the digital test bed for automated and connected driving in the Hanseatic city.The results of the test drives, which are being continuously evaluated taking full account of all data protection rules, will be incorporated in the Group’s numerous research projects  on automated driving, and will test customer-centric services and optimize individual transport.Actually, a 9km long test track for automated and connected driving (TAVF) is being created in the city of Hamburg and will be upgraded to infrastructure-to-vehicle (I2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communication by 2020. It is characterized by realistic and thus demanding traffic situations.The test track is an open platform for vehicle manufacturers, technology companies, and research institutions to trial innovative mobility services in real traffic conditions on public roads. With the test track, the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg is creating a user-independent and technology-neutral application laboratory on which vehicle manufacturers, technology companies and research institutions can test innovative mobility services free of charge in real traffic on public roads.Interested companies and research institutions can apply at any time. The TAVF coordination center together with the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg takes various criteria like the impact of innovation, benefits for traffic flow and traffic safety or environmental effects on air quality into account.Ride sharingWith many shared mobility services available – such as CleverShuttle, ioki and mytaximatch – Hamburg is one of Europe’s most innovative cities when it comes to ride sharing or ride pooling. What these services have in common is the fact that journeys are booked via an app and can be combined with each other.Shared mobility helps maximize the use of vehicles to their full capacity, while alleviating traffic and protecting the environment.Michael Westhagemann, Hamburg’s Minister for the Economy, Transport and Innovation, said: "Innovations are essential to making mobility in Hamburg more environmentally friendly, quieter and safer. Ride-sharing services are bridging the gap between taxis and local public transport – the number of journeys as individual passengers is being decreased, and urban traffic is reduced overall. In 2021 we will be hosting the ITS World Congress. We would like to seize this opportunity to further advance digitization and efficiency on our roads."Pages1 2 » last »

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17-04-2019
NUS and Singtel accelerate next-generation cybersecurity development with quantum key distribution

Researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) and Singtel have demonstrated a new technique to advance quantum key distribution (QKD). QKD is a protocol that transmits light particles, or photons, over a network, so that two communicating parties can agree on and generate an encryption key to establish a secure communication channel. The researchers succeeded in coordinating the travel of a pair of photons (one for each party) through different fiber network paths, controlling precisely the photons’ arrival times. Without this technique, the photons may get out of sequence, making it difficult for both parties to agree on an encryption key. The breakthrough was demonstrated over Singtel’s fiber network, paving the way for wider QKD adoption and future commercialization. QKD is resistant to all types of computational hacks, including next-generation quantum computing threats. Any attempt to eavesdrop will increase the error rate of the photon sequence. This alerts the two communicating parties to an intrusion so that they can abort the session and start a new one. The researchers are now working on developing the findings for actual use cases where quantum-resistant secure communication is needed to provide long term security, such as government, military and bank services. In the future, QKD hardware could even be integrated with the internet to develop security solutions for online payment services such as internet banking and online shopping. As the smooth photon pair navigation enables high-precision clock synchronization, this discovery can also be deployed in time-critical operations such as real-time big data analytics and financial trading.“The breakthrough achieved by the NUS-Singtel Cyber Security R&D Lab not only strengthens our defenses in a new cyber reality where threats are becoming more sophisticated, it also positions Singapore as a hub for global QKD research. We will continue developing and fine-tuning this technology with the aim of commercializing it through our global footprint of product engineering centers,” said Bill Chang, CEO, Group Enterprise at Singtel.“The positive results indicate that current commercial fiber networks are ready for quantum key distribution. This technology opens up many exciting possibilities for users that require strong and long-term security for their communication,” said Associate Professor Alexander Ling, the Principal Investigator of the project.This project, conducted in Singapore, is driven by the NUS-Singtel Cyber Security Research & Development Laboratory. The lab is a public-private partnership supported by the National Research Foundation, Prime Minister’s Office, Singapore, that was set up in October 2016 to develop cyber security capabilities and solutions. Experts from NUS’ Centre for Quantum Technologies contributed to the project’s breakthrough.The researchers published their findings in the Applied Physics Letters journal in April. Caption: Image from iStockPhoto/CochiseVista

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CyberLink Vol.127 April 2019

3,000 industry elites converged at IES 2019 to gain best insights of the digital future 

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CyberLink Vol.126 March 2019

Internet Economy Summit unfolds industry-critical topics of digital future 

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CyberLink Vol.125 February 2019

Be inspired by thriving entrepreneurs’ daring spirit at “We Dare to Venture” Season 2

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