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Benjamin Ang joined the Centre of Excellence for National Security (CENS) at RSIS as a Senior Fellow in cybersecurity issues in February 2016.
Prior to this, he had a multi-faceted career that included time as a litigation lawyer arguing commercial cases, IT Director and General Manager of a major Singapore law firm, corporate lawyer specialising in technology law and intellectual property issues, in house legal counsel in an international software company, Director-Asia in a regional technology consulting firm, in-house legal counsel in a transmedia company, and senior law lecturer at a local Polytechnic, specialising in data privacy, digital forensics, and computer misuse and cybersecurity.
Benjamin graduated from Law School at the National University of Singapore and has an MBA and MS-MIS (Masters of Science in Management Information Systems) from Boston University. He is qualified as an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore. He is also a Certified Novell Network Administrator.
Areas of Expertise
- Computer Misuse and Cyber Security Act and other legal issues related to cybersecurity
- Personal Data Protection Act and other legal issues related to data privacy
- Technology Law
- Media, New Media and Intellectual Property Law
- Education Chair, Internet Society Singapore Chapter
- Consultant, Keystone Law Corporation
CO17026 | Clickbait: Fake News and Role of the State
09 February, 2017
CO16312 | Society, Technology and National Security
23 December, 2016
CO16053 | Beyond Apple vs FBI: Implications for Singapore’s Smart Nation Project
04 March, 2016
- Jayakumar, Shashi and Benjamin Ang. “Smart Nation, but will we be secure?” The Straits Times, October 14, 2016. Accessed October 18, 2016. http://www.straitstimes.com/opinion/smart-nation-but-will-we-be-secure
- Ang, Benjamin. "Sending the right message about Internet and security". The Straits Times, June 20, 2016. Accessed June 30, 2016. http://www.straitstimes.com/opinion/sending-the-right-message-about-internet-and-security
- Ang, Benjamin. Restricted Internet access may see public servants adopting ‘Shadow IT’. Yahoo News, June 11, 2016. Accessed June 28, 2016. https://sg.news.yahoo.com/comment-restricted-internet-access-may-see-public-074342999.html
Last updated on 31/03/2016