The Electronic Transactions Act (ETA) has been re-enacted as of 1 July 2010 to harmonise Singapore’s laws on electronic transactions with international developments, facilitate more effective delivery of e-Government services and enhance technology neutrality so that Singapore can better respond to the changing and continued developments in security technology. Singapore was one of the first […]

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ECAS welcomes it’s new gold member – KnightsBridge & Woods. KnightsBridge & Woods. has just launched a security portal that offers the First In the World On-Demand Penetration Test for Web facing Application/Networks. This portal is powered by iViZ Security an IDG Ventures company that has received global recognitions and awards for its vulnerability discoveries […]

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Considering the big success of Ad:tech 2010, Singapore, ECAS continues its sponsorship of the upcoming ad:tech 2011, Singapore, which will be on 16-17 June, 2011 at Suntec City Convention Center. As always, ECAS member will enjoy certain discount for ticket purchasing. Below is a quoto from the official website: “ad:tech Singapore 2011 will be the […]

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Electronic Transactions Act 1998 This act was passed by the Singapore parliament in September in 1998. It will deals with the issues of certainty of electronic records and transactions. The ETA was drafted with the following principles: (i) the need to conform to international standards and international model in order to be integrated with the […]

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With social networking sites attracting unprecedented levels of traffic and interaction (overtaking even the likes of Google), Fasthosts’ Andy McLaughlin explores how small businesses can use this communication channel to create new business opportunities. The age of the active surfer is in full swing and the exponential growth of social networking sites (UUHello, MySpace, Bebo, […]

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