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$15M Singapore-London partnership to help stem APAC’s growing healthcare cybersecurity woes

Singapore’s National Research Foundation is giving a S$20m grant to Nanyang Technological University and Imperial College London to develop ways to better protect health data and wearable devices. The four-year IN-CYPHER programme is aimed at tackling security problems to protect emerging technologies and their data from being compromised. The research is expected to be applied to a range of medical devices and aims to position Singapore as a global leader in health cybersecurity.

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