SGTech Annual Survey


Between 24 October and 31 December 2019, SGTech conducted a survey on the trends, challenges and issues related to technology among Singapore organisations, as well as the level and impact of digitalisation among organisations. This survey was conducted jointly with the National University of Singapore’s School of Computing.

The Survey polled more than 100 technology providers, [email protected] and technology user organisations on the following topics:

  • Business Digitalisation & Tech Adoption
  • Tech Manpower
  • Automation and Manpower
  • Internationalisation
  • Data Governance
  • Sustainability

View the findings of the SGTech Annual Survey 2019/20 here.

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SMEs towards Cyber Security (Q4 2020)


A research report that looks at uncovering SME management/owners' thinking and mindsets towards cyber security.

As an aggregate group, SMEs are a vital economic driving force in Singapore's economy. Not just an economic driver, SMEs have a critical role to play in the cyber security arena. Any cyber vulnerability within SMEs can become a weak link in terms of cyber security. If this leads to a cyber incident, it is unacceptable. Hence there is an urgency to catalyse SMEs towards a stance of progressive cyber security posture and in so doing, increase their quotient of cyber resilience.


Unlike for listed companies, the typical governance framework and practice for cyber security risk management will not work for SMEs. For most SMEs, the tension between many competing priorities fighting for attention from SME owners, and a more far-sighted view of cyber defence, means that SMEs tend to view cyber security as a back-of mind issue.


Together with the rapidly evolving cyber threat landscape, this tension means that SME owners have latent inertia to make decisions on cyber security.


In this study, we have interviewed a diverse selection of SMEs in Singapore from the micro, small, and medium categories to uncover SME management/owners' thinking and mindsets towards cyber security.


View the findings from the study.