Expansion of Partnership Between Cyber Security Agency of Singapore And FireEye

“In this highly-connected digital age, cyber attacks on one country can have major spillover effects, making international collaboration vital to tackling cybersecurity threats,” said Mr. David Koh, Chief Executive of CSA. “We look forward to our enhanced partnership with FireEye to defend Singapore’s systems from cyber attackers. This partnership will also pave the way for us to develop innovative solutions to strengthen our cyber defenses.”

This new partnership was expanded to include specific areas such as;

  • Information and Knowledge sharing: The partnership will help to enhance more resilient and secure Singaporean Critical Industry base.
  • Research and Development Investment: As a means of establishing higher barriers and costs to adversaries and criminals, FireEye and the cyber Security agency of Singapore will work together to enhance cyber defense.
  • Capacity Building: further advance the CSA’s cyber security operations, FireEye will design a six-week cyber intelligence and incident response training program to be conducted by frontline FireEye experts for CSA staff.
  • “Breaches are inevitable, and the impact of these events can be catastrophic. This is the case not only for companies, but for individuals and nations as well,” said Mr. Eric Hoh, President of APAC at FireEye. “Whether the activity we’re seeing is from cyber criminals or nation-state attackers, protecting Singapore from evolving cyber threats has become a matter of national security, and is an issue that both FireEye and CSA take very seriously.”

“Breaches are inevitable, and the impact of these events can be catastrophic. This is the case not only for companies, but for individuals and nations as well,” said Mr. Eric Hoh, President of APAC at FireEye. “Whether the activity we’re seeing is from cyber criminals or nation-state attackers, protecting Singapore from evolving cyber threats has become a matter of national security, and is an issue that both FireEye and CSA take very seriously.”

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