The National University of Singapore (NUS) and Asia's leading communications group Singtel have come together to establish the NUS-Singtel Cyber Security Research and Development Laboratory. Researchers from the Centre for Quantum Technologies (CQT) are part of the lab, committing to develop quantum key distribution (QKD) for Singtel's fibre network.
Launched on 24 October 2016 under the National Research Foundation's Corporate Laboratory@University scheme, the joint research venture aims to develop novel data analytic techniques to detect and respond to security attacks and to come up with new approaches to IT systems that are 'secure by design'. The lab is funded with $42.8 million over five years.
Learn from the experts! These colloquia talks (each about one hour long) were given by distinguished scientists visiting CQT. They vary in technical level from accessible to those with a general interest in physics to more suitable for specialists. Most of the talks at least start with an overview that a general viewer may appreciate.