On The Mic: Data security amid a pandemic – Who can we trust?

Dhany Osman
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(Yahoo News Singapore file photo)
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SINGAPORE — As governments around the world turn to technology to boost their contracting efforts in the fight against COVID-19, concerns over privacy and data security have also arisen.

For this week’s episode, I spoke with Ken Wong, the head of OCBC's AI Lab, on these issues while also seeking an answer to the big question: Who can we trust with our personal information?

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Past episodes:

On The Mic: Dealing with family violence during the COVID-19 pandemic (Part 2)

On The Mic: Family violence amid the COVID-19 pandemic (Part 1)

On The Mic: Sex in a time of coronavirus