Cambodia & Singapore will join hands to strengthen cyber security capacity in the region. Minister of Post and Telecommunications Chea Vandeth met virtually with Josephine Teo, Minister for Communications and Information of the Republic of Singapore to discuss strengthening the cybersecurity capacity of the two nations, according to a report in Khmer Times. According to the Telecommunications Ministry’s statement, Minister Teo expressed thanks to Minister Vandeth for delivering his remarks and actively participating in the Singapore International Cyber Week 2021, as well as for his continuous support on the topics of cybersecurity and digital technology. Minister Teo also congratulated Cambodia on becoming the Chair of ASEAN in 2022 and strongly believed that Cambodia would continue to advance discussion on these two topics. Last week, Cambodia committed to collaboration with ASEAN Member States toward an open, inclusive, safe, and secure cyberspace, as it moves towards a digital economy. These remarks were made while participating virtually in the 6th ASEAN Ministerial Conference on Cybersecurity and Singapore International Cyber Week 2021. The conference was hosted by Singapore under the theme of “Living with COVID19 – Reimagining digital security risks and opportunities”’. Further, Minister Vandeth emphasised Cambodia’s commitment to cooperation with ASEAN member states and dialogue partners to strengthen cybersecurity capacity and respond to any cyber threats today and in the future. The Minister also added that Cambodia stood ready to take part in building a secure and inclusive cyber space. On its part, the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) has launched the Cybersecurity Toolkits for Enterprises and new SG Cyber Safe Partnership Programme. These were announced by Minister of State for Communications and Information, Mr Tan Kiat How, at the SG Cyber Safe Partnership Programme, held as part of the Singapore International Cyber Week (SICW) 2021.