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Is data Singapore's next big bet?

The amount of data worldwide will soon balloon to a phenomenal 44 zettabytes by 2020 (one zettabyte is equivalent to 250 DVDs). But to what extent can data – a completely virtual asset – deliver tangible economic opportunities?

For a country like Singapore, characterized by a highly connected ecosystem, there is huge opportunity to monetize data assets for economic gains. From a domestic standpoint, there are endless opportunities to better improve the quality of life for citizens in the areas of health care, transport, maritime services and security enforcement.

However, realizing the true economic value of data requires a transformation and can only be achieved with full participation of government, business and people. Find out more...

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Whitepaper: Big data privacy in Australia

"There are only two types of companies: those that have been hacked and those that will be." – Robert Mueller, FBI Director, 2012.

There is an explosion of data coming from every level of the organization, and customers and citizens from across the globe. This data is an asset with considerable economic and societal value. When used for big data analytics the insights will revolutionize how you do business. However, if you don't understand the risks and your obligations, your biggest asset could turn into your greatest liability.

In this five-article series, we provide you with a whole-of-business view of your responsibilities and the risks to consider when accessing, obtaining, using and storing personal data. We'll also provide tips, strategic thinking and tactical actions to help you protect your organisation against breaches and maintain your 'license to operate' in the future.

  1. Understanding your obligations and developing a solution for the future
  2. Know the risks and be in a position to respond fast
  3. Tips to help shape your future capability
  4. Protecting personal information
  5. Three actions you can take towards compliance

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