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Cyberthreats mount when nations are divided: CSA chief executive David Koh

Cyber Security Agency chief executive David Koh said that cyber security must be undertaken as an international team sport. PHOTO: CSA
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SINGAPORE - Rising tension between the United States and eastern superpowers Russia and China could put everyone's digital way of life under unprecedented siege.

Key factors at play include decreased reliance on Western technology and non-state actors playing a larger role in geopolitical conflict, detailed in the sixth annual Singapore Cyber Landscape 2021 report released on Monday (Aug 29).

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