Started with the simple intention of preserving resilience and data integrity, C3S systematically mines the systems in search for vulnerabilities that will expose the potential disruptions of current operations. This unique approach achieves high predictive capability in preventing disruptions to attaining corporate mission in operation continuity.
Our work on Resilience has exposed us to ideas that are commonly unknown to most people. The ability to "see" things that are "unseen" by others formed the basis of our strategic formula. The question we asked ourselves seriously is "are we able to see new things without someone else telling us?"
EMARFER was developed on the basis of a structured metacognitive frame, which is used innovatively as a domain-general cues for metacognitive control. This introspective learning method allows self-discovery of new knowns without it being explicitly introduced.
EMARFER Frames systematically generates perspectives that are dimensionally wider, further and more novel by normal standard. It eases the joining of dots between remote perspectives, hence achieving new connections that are rudimental for creative thinking.
EMAReX rejuvenates the tacit depositories which would otherwise be inaccessible by using the structured metacognitive frames as evocation cues. Tacit experiences can be extracted and be transferred and preserved. Tacit knowledge are also used to form a deeper explicit insight of subjects.
After 25 years in the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF), YUN Ta Chun founded C3S in 2003, bringing to the private sector a wealth of Command and Control, Communications, Computer and Intelligence (C4I) perspectives in using Information and Communications Technology (ICT) as a strategy and stringent business requirement in embracing real-time, mission-critical technologies. His passion is to promote the military approach to operational resilience which is vital for today's mission-critical ICT systems.
Ta Chun, while serving as a combat Signal officer in the SAF, spent most of his tenure focused on modernising the Army in ICT capabilities. His achievements span from ICT master-planning to implementing large-scale ICT capabilities for the SAF. Besides being responsible for ICT strategic planning in the Ministry of Defence, he commanded the Signal Battalion and led the Signals Corps as the Chief Signal Officer for 7 years.
In 2016, Ta Chun was appointed as an independent expert member of Securities Market Industry Working Group, formed by SGX Singapore Exchange (SGX) to assess and make recommendations on SGX and industry participants' processes to improve the Singapore securities market's operational resilience.
In the last two years, Ta Chun has been an active member of the working group for the following standards in Singapore:
Singapore Standards Council TR64:2018 Guidelines for IoT security for the smart nation
IEC Project Team PT 63152 (City Continuity Service)
Ta Chun holds the following patents:
United States Patent NO. US 8,677,149 B2 "METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR PROTECTING INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN SOFTWARE", Mar 18, 2014
United States Patent NO. US 9,237,150 B2 "METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR PROTECTING A PASSWORD DURING AN AUTHENTICATION PROCESS", Jan 12, 2016