Cyber Security Agency of Singapore

CSA taps Microsoft, Google to strengthen national cybersecurity

The parties will facilitate cyber threat intelligence sharing amongst others.

The Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) has inked a Memoranda of Understanding with Microsoft and Google to strengthen the national cyber defence and cybersecurity.

Under the MoU,  the parties will facilitate cyber threat intelligence sharing, joint operations to combat cybercrime and malicious cyber activity, exchanges on emerging and critical technologies (AI), and capacity-building efforts.

This partnership will further Singapore’s commitment to building a safer cyberspace. CSA welcomes more partnerships with other key industry players.

“Cyber defence is a team effort. Big Tech plays a key role in shaping our digital terrain and is therefore important partner in cyber defence and cybersecurity. We look forward to working closely with Microsoft and Google to advance our shared mission of building a safer cyberspace for all users,” David Koh, Chief Executive of CSA, said. 

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