Citi is launching voice biometric verification for customers in Singapore to help to cut user authentication time.
The bank has already implemented voice biometrics for consumer customers in Taiwan, with Singapore, Hong Kong and Australia to follow soon. The service will be available to all 12 of Citi’s consumer banking markets in Asia-Pacific by 2017.
Acronis has launched its first joint research initiative with A*Star's Data Storage Institute (DSI) that aims to make cloud storage more efficient and eliminate redundant data.
Hack In The Box is set to host its first HITB GSEC security event in Singapore next month with a 3 day single track conference and an all women fireside chat session held alongside the main conference program.
Aimed at showcasing and highlighting next generation global security issues, keynote speakers for the event feature veterans of the security industry and leading security experts including:
StarHub has unveiled plans to deploy software-defined networking (SDN) technology across its network, which it says will result in an "open, cloud-based" infrastructure that can better respond to demands from its enterprise customers.
The Singapore telco said it had completed the design of its SDN environment and had begun implementation work on its existing core and access networks. Cisco Systems and Huawei are among several vendors involved in the deployment, StarHub said in a statement Tuesday.
DBS Bank has unveiled a financing scheme to provide an alternative option for tech startups seeking capital in Singapore.
The venture debt programme is designed specifically for startups that have already secured previous funding from angels or venture capitalists. To quality for the scheme, tech startups must be backed by DBS' partner venture capitalists including Vertex Venture, Monk's Hill Ventures, and Golden Gate Ventures, the bank said in a statement.