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We offer five practice-based graduate programmes focusing on information technology (IT) and data science.
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Manager, architect, software engineer and security professional working with IoT security and cloud security.
How MTCS & COIR Could Impact You
Given the ubiquitous nature of cloud computing, any unavailability or security incident on the cloud could impact your business. That’s the reason for two guidelines to protect you online: MTCS (Multi-Tier Cloud Security), which is a Singapore Standard & COIR (Cloud Outage Incident Response), which is a Singapore TR (Technical Reference). These impact both CSPs (Cloud Service Providers) and CSCs (Cloud Service Consumers). What are these recommendations? Why should you bother? How can you use them?
by Mr. Raju Chellam, Deputy Chairman, COIR, ITSC, Enterprise Singapore
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Raju Chellam is a Member of the Singapore NCCAC (National Cloud Computing Advisory Council) under IMDA & Deputy Chair of the COIR (Cloud Outage Incident Response) Group under ITSC (IT Standards Committee). He is also Hon Vice Chairman of the Cloud & Big Data Chapter at SGTech, previously called Singapore IT Federation & Hon Secretary of the Cloud Chapter of SCS (Singapore Computer Society). He has been a Past President of the Business Continuity Group at SCS. He’s also a Senior Advisor at the CIO Academy Asia. He was conferred as an SCS Fellow in March 2018.
Vincent is the CTO of Voyager Innovations Singapore, a company that builds digital innovations to transform growth markets. Formerly known as PayWhere when it was a startup incubated by NUS Enterprise and Red Dot Ventures, the company was awarded the inaugural Best Tech Company to Work For in 2015 by the Singapore Computer Society (SCS).
Ananth Subba is the Co-Founder and CTO of Singaporean IoT startup SpaceAge Labs. He is a wireless communications expert and has 10+ years experience building hardware and software platforms for enterprise customers. His latest brainchild is a full stack IoT platform (hardware + software) called ‘remoteEye’, which helps customers deploy secure IoT solutions quickly and cost effectively. The remoteEye IoT platform includes plug-and-play wireless devices, an easy to use mobile app and a cloud based data acquisition, visualisation & analysis software ; these help connect existing equipment/sensors to the internet of things using latest low power wireless technologies such as LoRa, NB-IoT, LTE-M and Sigfox. This platform is being used in IoT applications for smart cities, utilities, buildings/facilities, heavy industry and agriculture.
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