Discover the latest tech news roundup in Singapore with SGbusiness talk. Learn more bout the top 10 headlines in 2021 below:
The Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) has announced that it will launch the SG Cyber Safe Programme, a part of its Safer Cyberspace Masterplan launched in October 2020, that aims to help Singapore companies to strengthen cybersecurity.
A joint gaming venture between SingTel, SK Telecom and AIS, Storms has announced that it has raised an undisclosed amount in Series A funding which will be used to enhance its management and engineering teams in Singapore while also enhancing into new markets such as Indonesia, India and Africa
Singapore’s OCBC Bank is the first in Southeast Asia to enable face verification for ATM services, eliminating the need to carry a physical ATM card, which can be easily stolen.
Singapore to be named as the first country in the world to roll out Intel’s free course introducing artificial intelligence (AI) to the general public who has no prior knowledge of AI.
China and Singapore-based digital wallet provider imToken has announced that it has raised US$30 million in new funding.
Blockchain giant Ziliqa has placed an annual investment fund of US$5 million to support 15 promising companies building on its platform via its ecosystem arm growth ZILHive.
Bangalore-based visual tech firm Dybo has announced that it has raised Rs 1.2 crores in a seed round funding led by Spanache, a Singapore-based firm.
Fintech startup #dltledgers has announced that it has completed a Series A funding round and has raised US$7 million. The funding was led by Regis and Savoy Capital, Vittal, and Walden International.
Wealth management firm Mindful Wealth launches new VCC funds: Impact Global Ventures Fund and Intend Fund as it celebrates its 10th anniversary in Singapore.
Integrated financial service provider in Asia CGS-CIMB Securities International has launched a digital investment service in Singapore called ProsperUs.