Annabel Lee, BSA The Software Alliance

Annabel Lee, BSA The Software Alliance

Privacy Awareness Week: Have we made progress?
This month’s Privacy Awareness Week is a timely reminder of the growing importance and continual need for organisations to reassess their approach towards their IT systems, policies, practices, and ensure the robustness of their data protection architecture and implementation. And as the booming Asian digital economy becomes more reliant on cross-border data flows ($2.8m of global GDP according to McKinsey) and personal data transfer interoperability, we will also need to consider how to better increase the transparency of personal data collection in Singapore and beyond. We’re joined by Annabel Lee, Policy Manager, BSA The Software Alliance to discuss the importance of privacy frameworks and regulations in Singapore and the Asia Pacific region.

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13 March 2019
Bridging The Gender Gap In Tech
With the digital economy taking off globally, the tech industry has more jobs than it can fill. By 2020, there will be more than 1.4 million computing job openings in the US alone, but only 400,000 graduates with the necessary skills to fit them. Programmes such as BSA The Software Alliance’s ‘Girls Who Code’ help to inspire action and show young women that there is a place in STEM, in tech, and certainly in the software industry for them. Find out more from Annabel Lee, Policy Manager at BSA The Software Alliance

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