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Singapore and Australia have inked an agreement to cooperate closely on cybersecurity, including information sharing, training, and joint exercises to safeguard critical information infrastructure.
The two countries signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Friday during the second Singapore-Australia Leaders' Summit in the city-state, which was witnessed by prime ministers of both nations--Singapore's Lee Hsien Loong and Australia's Malcolm Turnbull.

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The two-year agreement encompassed collaboration across several key areas, including information exchange on cybersecurity incidents and threats, sharing of best practices to drive cybersecurity innovation, and training in relevant skillsets. Both countries also would participate in joint cybersecurity exercises focused on safeguarding critical information infrastructure and partner on regional cyber capacity buildouts.

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