“Prevention is better than cure” is the mantra spurring some of this year’s 30 Under 30 Asia listees in the Healthcare & Science category to start their health-tech ventures. Stroke is the world’s second-leading cause of death after heart disease, a statistic that inspired Milad Mohammadzadeh and Sadaf Monajemi in 2017 to launch See-Mode Technologies to better predict the risk of strokes.
Jumpstart reported that SGInnovate has announced its partnership with ST Engineering and Tegasus International to launch the “Cybersecurity Professional Series” that seek to enhance the cybersecurity expertise of some 2,500 professionals in Singapore. The courses will include Operational Technology (OT) courses that address existing gaps in cybersecurity training for Critical Information Infrastructure (CII) sector professionals, and Information Technology (IT) courses that introduce cybersecurity fundamentals to both technical and business professionals. Steve Leonard, SGInnovate’s Founding CEO shared that while AI and IoT are generating a lot of excitement, they also represent sophisticated new platforms for cyberthreats, making it imperative for professionals managing critical infrastructure to continuously upgrade their own capabilities and be well-equipped to identify and prevent potential cyberattacks from any source, at any time.
The Edge Singapore reported that SGInnovate has partnered with ST Engineering and cybersecurity company Tegasus International to launch a series of courses to enhance Singapore’s cybersecurity capabilities, targeting 2,500 professionals over three years. The “Cybersecurity Professional Series” comprises of two tracks: Operational Technology (OT) courses that address existing gaps in cybersecurity training for Critical Information Infrastructure (CII) sector professionals; and Information Technology (IT) courses that introduce cybersecurity fundamentals to both technical and business professionals. Steve Leonard, Founding CEO of SGInnovate highlighted the importance of cybersecurity in the wake of emerging technologies such as AI and IoT, and called for a need for secure critical infrastructure.
The Edge Singapore published an article on the talent gap in the deep tech landscape in Singapore. Since announcing its Smart Nation ambition in 2014, Singapore has launched national AI programme ‘AI Singapore’, along with government-owned agency, SGInnovate, which was tasked to invest in deep tech startups and build up Singapore’s tech ecosystem. MNCs and startups shared that local deep tech talents are hard to come by, especially those in experienced roles.
All upper primary school students in Singapore will soon have to undergo a mandatory 10-hour coding program, said the country’s Minister for Communications and Information, S Iswaran at a seminar on Wednesday.
The Billion Dollar Fund for Women (TBDF), a global consortium of venture funds tackling the gender funding gap, has reached its goal of mobilizing $1 billion in pledges, according to a statement.