The company is investing $200m in the country’s development of a disaster response project, which will support Oracle’s global migration strategy.
Oracle’s Crisis Response project is the company’s response to the rise of the threat of data breaches, with an emphasis on training and capacity building.
The new initiative will support the development of systems to support Oracle migration.
The company will also train thousands of IT professionals, and the project is being overseen by the Singapore Data Centre and Singapore’s Department of Information and Communications Technology.
The Singaporean government has also been working on its own Disaster Response strategy.
Earlier this year, the Singapore government launched a public awareness campaign, which included a video explaining the impact of data breach, as well as a digital billboard campaign.
It also announced the launch of a mobile app, which enables users to report breaches and secure their data.
Oracle is also expanding its online presence in Singapore, launching its own data center in Singapore’s financial district, where the company has offices in the city centre.
The firm has been working in Singapore for a decade, and it is the first global IT firm to establish an office in the financial district.
It is the latest technology firm to move into Singapore in a major shift to the city.
Oracle was also founded in Singapore by David S. Smith, a former chief executive of HP.
In 2012, the company acquired its data centre in Singapore.
It has since been renamed Oracle Global.