COVID-19 is causing a different kind of pandemic in cyberspace—of phishing, malware and money laundering. In this arena, scalable and smart regulatory technologies can help neutralize many of these emerging threats.
Articles by Preetam Kaushik
COVID-19 poses an existential threat to many Fintech startups in 2020, particularly in ASEAN. But certain subsectors are better positioned to survive and even thrive in a future that will demand increased reliance on digital solutions.
Singapore is a global pioneer in advanced digital governance initiatives involving AI, fintech, and facial recognition. The latter been particularly impacted by the emergence of a global pandemic.
Southeast Asian political and business leaders need to tackle complex issues like data privacy and transparency to bolster public trust in AI.
The Filipino fintech scene is poised for strong growth in 2020.
Europe’s data protection laws highlight how weak personal data ownership laws are in Singapore. The system favours businesses and government agencies, often at the cost of individual privacy.
Despite major security concerns, some ASEAN nations are open to partnering with Huawei to develop their 5G networks. Can debates in Europe and the US offer any lessons for Southeast Asia?
The population of senior citizens in Singapore is growing. Fintech can ignore this crucial demographic no longer.
Nearly two years after it made its debut in Indonesia, GrabKitchens has arrived in Singapore. How did the Singapore-based tech giant end up a laggard in its own backyard in a segment that it dominates elsewhere?
Southeast Asia is one of the fastest-growing regional economies. However, insufficient financial safety nets leave the region economically vulnerable.