According to the Asia Pacific Risk Centre, the global cost of data breaches is projected to reach US$2.1 trillion by 2019.
When measured by the highest international standards, Wawasan Brunei 2035 looks to build a citizenry that is not only well-educated but highly-skilled.
Critics of Facebook have been making this point for years. Stefano Quintarelli, one of Europe’s top IT experts and a leading advocate for online privacy (and, until recently, a member of the Italian Parliament), has been a persistent and prophetic critic of Facebook’s abuse of its market position and misuse of online personal data.
Most of the economies in the region – namely Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand – are investing heavily in the data centre infrastructures in their respective countries.