Darius Cheung, founder of mobile security firm tenCube, is one of four individual winners of this year’s Singapore Youth Award.
The Award, started in 1975, is Singapore’s highest recognition for under 35s who have excelled in areas like entrepreneurship, science, and the arts.
TenCube was acquired by security juggernaut McAfee in 2010 for more than US$10 million (S$12.3 million). Their flagship product is the WaveSecure, which allows mobile phone users to protect their lost or stolen devices and the data inside them.
Darius now works as the director of consumer mobile technologies for McAfee in Singapore.
The other winners of the Award include youth community leader Terence Chia, geneticist Teo Yik Ying, and filmmaker Boo Junfeng.
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