Work in Singapore: Cyber Security
Saturday, 30 January 2016
Gurgaon, India

Join us and embark on an exciting career journey in Singapore

If you would like to know more about the career opportunities in the Cyber Security sector, the work pass framework, and living in Singapore, Contact Singapore welcomes you to join us for a Work in Singapore session on Saturday, 30 January 2016.
Contact Singapore representative, Mr Diniyar D. J. Modi will present the above topics and address questions that you may have on working and living in Singapore.
We warmly welcome NULL, OWASP members and working professionals in Cyber Security sector to attend the Work in Singapore session.

About Contact Singapore:
Contact Singapore is an alliance of the Singapore Economic Development Board and Ministry of Manpower. We engage overseas Singaporeans and global talent to work, invest and live in Singapore.
Contact Singapore actively links Singapore-based employers with professionals to support the growth of our key industries. We work with investors to realise their business and investment interests in Singapore.
For information on working, investing and living in Singapore, please visit www.contactsingapore.sg or contact our worldwide offices.

About Singapore:
In the heart of Asia lies Singapore - a bustling, world-class city state that has made waves around the world for its business excellence, connectivity to the world and its innovation.
Singapore has been consistently acknowledged as a global business hub – one that features developed infrastructure, political stability, open business policies, a skilled workforce, the use of English as the main working language and respect for intellectual property rights. Many multinational companies have chosen to set up their bases in Singapore, next to 187,000 small and medium enterprises. Business owners all over the world regard Singapore as an ideal location to grow their businesses, with many of them using the country as a springboard to tap into other emerging markets in Asia.
Besides being ranked in the World Bank 2015 Report as the world's easiest place to do business (out of 189 countries), Singapore has, among its many accolades, the top ranking in the Global Competitiveness Report 2014-2015 by the World Economic Forum as being the most competitive economy in Asia.
Singapore was also ranked by the Mercer 2015 Quality of Living Survey as the top Asian country for its quality of life.
Global talent are attracted to Singapore’s meritocratic society that embraces diversity, and a high quality of life in a cosmopolitan environment.




Starts at Saturday January 30 2016, 01:30 PM. The sessions runs for 30 minutes.