OPINION: Singapore hacking cases show importance of deep infocomm expertise - Alfred Siew

Techgoondu.com, 12 Nov 2013
Though Singapore is home to a number of cyber security centres, including the Interpol’s, only one per cent of the infocomm professionals here are security experts. It’s an area that the government hopes to improve on.
It can certainly do that by re-looking the direction it has nudged the industry towards in recent years. For starters, there has to be a focus on deep infocomm skills, learned from everyday experience.
Today, what seems lacking are the battle-hardened code warriors, the experienced network engineers who begin their careers doing the boring stuff – administering a Windows server or installing a boring Exchange mail server for customers. Full story
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