Singapore’s Smart Nation initiative means that there is an increasing need for cybersecurity analysts. As the country moves towards a unified e-payment system and programs like digital tech for low-income households, internet of things for healthcare, and logistics for shopping malls, one thing is certain: Cyberattacks will be disruptive.

Here’s a peek at Singapore’s cybersecurity outlook.
Cybersecurity in Singapore Infographic
Why cybersecurity
Threats in 2016
Future Cybersecurity Challenges
Singapore cybersecurity strategy
Singapore cybersecurity spend in 2015
Factors driving demand for cybersecurity safeguards
growing industry
Predicted in-demand services
In-demand jobs
Positions in demand with above-average market growth
Salary of top cybersecurity jobs in singapore
key players in ecosystem
sources
The Cyber Security Associates and Technologists (CSAT) Programme is a joint initiative by Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) and Info-communications Media Development Authority of Singapore (IMDA). By collaborating with companies which are CSAT Training Partners, the CSAT Programme trains and up-skills fresh ICT and mid-career professionals for cybersecurity roles.

This article was originally published on Tech In Asia on 29 January 2018, written by Kristhoff Cagape, edited by Pearl Lee, Terence Lee, Eileen C. Ang, and Judith Balea