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Company in focus

Singtel faces challenges in its shift to digital strategy

Some analysts skeptical as company seeks growth amid increasing competition

MAYUKO TANI, Nikkei staff writer | Singapore

SINGAPORE -- At Singapore Telecommunications' headquarters in the heart of this city-state, nearly a dozen engineers huddle around computer screens, monitoring the health of the country's computer network. In this small corner room decked out like a governmental intelligence agency's central command center, a wall full of screens -- one projecting a map of the world and another of Singapore -- display real-time information on cyberattacks.

Welcome to Singtel's Advanced Security Operations Center, the nerve center of its cybersecurity operations.

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