Singapores Strategy in Promoting Global Cybersecurity - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Singapores Strategy in Promoting Global Cybersecurity PowerPoint presentation | free to view - id: 29f84c-ZDc1Z



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Singapores Strategy in Promoting Global Cybersecurity

Description:

Provide assurance of adequate infocomm security measures in the public sector ... of pertinent cyber threat information and experiences in protecting critical ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:119
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 30
Provided by: apt1
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Singapores Strategy in Promoting Global Cybersecurity


1
Singapores Strategy in Promoting Global
Cybersecurity
Asia Pacific Forum on Telecommunications Policy
And Regulation 2006
  • Presented by Geraldine Lim
  • 17 May 2006

2
Agenda
  • Cybersecurity in Singapore
  • Infocomm Security Masterplan
  • National Trust Framework
  • Implementation Approach
  • International Cooperation
  • Conclusion


3
1 /
Cybersecurity in Singapore
4
Cyberthreats
  • Like other open economies, Singapore faces threat
    from all vectors
  • Epidemic, Terrorism, Cross-border crimes
  • Attacks against infocomm environment
  • Challenges in protection of infocomm environment
  • Malware worms, virus and trojan horses
  • Irresponsible hackers, cyber-criminals
    cyber-terrorists
  • Ignorant users system owners

5
Proactive Efforts in Cybersecurity
  • Legislation Level
  • Computer Misuse Act in 1993
  • Electronic Transactions Act in 1999
  • Policies and Guidelines Level
  • Model Data Protection Code in 2001
  • Infocomm Security Best Practices for government
    agencies

6
Proactive Efforts in Cybersecurity
7
Proactive Efforts in Cybersecurity
  • Strategic Level
  • Infocomm Security Masterplan in 2005
  • Intelligent Nation 2015 (iN2015) National
    Trust Framework (NTF) in 2006

8
2 /
Infocomm Security Masterplan

9
Overview of Infocomm Security Masterplan
  • Three year (FY2005-2007) strategic roadmap with
    S38 million seed fund
  • Objectives
  • Defend Singapores critical infrastructure from
    cyber attacks
  • Maintain a secure infocomm environment for the
    government, businesses and individuals
  • Development
  • Multi-agency effort led by IDA
  • Driven by a high-level steering committee
  • Input from businesses government agencies

10
Strategies
  • Six strategies
  • Securing the People Sector
  • Securing the Private Sector
  • Securing the Public Sector
  • Developing National Capabilities
  • Cultivating Technology and RD
  • Securing National Infrastructure

11
Highlights of Selected Projects
  • National Cyberthreat Monitoring Centre (NCMC)
  • Critical Infocomm Infrastructure Surety
    Assessment (CII-SA)
  • Infocomm Security Health Scorecard
  • National Infocomm Security Awareness Programme


12
National Cyberthreat Monitoring Centre (NCMC)
  • Enhance situational awareness of the nations
    cyber-presence
  • Enable stakeholders to be proactive through
    immediate actions
  • Provide threat analysis and security network
    monitoring capabilities on a 24/7 basis
  • Extend current capabilities and build new ones
  • Cyber-WatchCentre (CWC)
  • Threat Analysis Centre (TAC)

13
Critical Infocomm Infrastructure Surety Assessment
  • Assess the infocomm security readiness of
    the national critical infocomm infrastructures
    (CII)
  • Commence with CII asset identification and
    inter-dependency analysis
  • Work with Sector Regulators CII owners
  • Infocomm
  • Energy
  • Banking Finance
  • Healthcare
  • Water
  • Transport
  • Government


14
Infocomm Security Health Scorecard
  • Provide assurance of adequate infocomm security
    measures in the public sector
  • Help government agencies identify gaps in
    infocomm security measures address them
    proactively
  • Benchmark agencies security health
    against the scorecard annually

15
National Infocomm Security Awareness Programme
  • Educate end-users in People, Private Public
    Sectors on infocomm security
  • Resources Activities
  • Online portal contests
  • Collaboration with ISPs
  • Advertorials on print media
  • Gameshow
  • Video clips
  • Collaterals booklets, CD-ROMs, brochures


16
3 /
National Trust Framework

17
National Trust Framework
  • Part of IDAs iN2015 Masterplan
  • Aims to enhance Singapores reputation as a
    Trusted Hub
  • Focuses on four strategic thrusts
  • Infrastructure
  • Manpower Development
  • Education Adoption
  • Regulation


18
Strategic Thrusts
  • 1 Infrastructure
  • Focuses on developing the hard and soft
    aspects of an infrastructure
  • National Authentication Framework
  • Security Measurement and Benchmarking
  • Product Assurance


19
Strategic Thrusts
  • 2 Manpower Development
  • Focuses on building a critical pool of competent
    Infocomm security (IS) professionals to secure
    information assets
  • Professional body to elevate the status,
    competencies and trust accorded to Infocomm
    Security Professionals
  • IS Professional Roadmap, which dovetails into the
    National Infocomm Competency Framework
  • Code of Conduct


20
Strategic Thrusts
  • 3 Education Adoption
  • Focuses on equipping end-users with the knowledge
    and tools to protect their computers from cyber
    threats and privacy infringements.
  • Leverages on the public awareness and education
    initiatives under the Infocomm Security
    Masterplan.
  • 4 Regulation
  • Focuses on the need to safeguard digital assets
    through regulatory measures.
  • Study for a National Cyber Security Privacy Act


21
4 /
Implementation Approach

22
Infocomm Security Masterplan and National Trust
Framework
INFOCOMM SECURITY MASTERPLAN
NATIONAL TRUST FRAMEWORK
  • Complement each other
  • Share common initiatives

23
Implementation Approach
  • Inter-agency and multi-stakeholder approach
  • Collaboration among government agencies
  • Participation of critical sectors
  • Private-public partnerships are important
  • Both government and businesses in working groups
  • Expertise from solution providers sought
  • International Cooperation

24
5 /
International Cooperation
25
International Cooperation
  • Active participation in Global and Regional Arena
    by SingCERT
  • Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams
    (FIRST)
  • Asia Pacific CERT (APCERT) forum
  • Regular exchanges of threats and vulnerability
    information between CERTs in the region
  • Sharing of pertinent cyber threat information and
    experiences in protecting critical infocomm
    infrastructure


26
International Cooperation
  • ASEAN TELMIN
  • ASEAN CERTs Incident Drill (ACID)
  • ASEAN - China Cooperation Framework
  • ATRC Framework for Cooperation in Network
    Security
  • ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF)

27
6 /
Conclusion
28
Conclusion
  • Enhancing the infocomm security, resilience and
    preparedness of the nation is a journey without
    end
  • Positive mindset to treat cyber security with
    priority should be encouraged and sustained
  • Partnership and participation from public,
    private and people sector is critical

29
Thank you www.ida.gov.sg
About PowerShow.com