FS-ISAC, Singapore to collaborate on cybersecurity initiatives


The Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) and Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) have inked an agreement to jointly conduct cybersecurity exercises and exchange insights on the current threat landscape.

The partnership would span three years and "enhance security threat intelligence sharing" between the two organisations, which would better enable Singapore to combat cybercrime, they said in a statement Wednesday.

Parked under Singapore's Prime Minister Office, CSA manages the country's cyber security operations and has centralised oversight of national cybersecurity functions. This would offer FS-ISAC greater visibility of threats Singapore faced, while the non-profit organisation would draw insights from its base of 7,000 members, which ran headquarters in 44 countries.

Source: ZDNet