Key takeaways

● The Singapore Cybersecurity Act established a legal framework to strengthen the protection of the country’s critical information infrastructure.

● Enterprises in Singapore benefit from the Act’s comprehensive coverage and the authority given to the Cyber Security Agency (CSA) to investigate incidents.

● Singtel Cyber Security, with its approved licence under the Cybersecurity Act, provides enhanced protection for businesses of all sizes.

● The Act reinforces Singapore’s leadership in APAC cyber security, fostering trust in the digital ecosystem and attracting enterprises seeking a secure environment.

90% of chief information officers in Singapore plan to increase the adoption of cyber security solutions delivered via the cloud.¹

Knowledge is power

Licensing framework for cyber security providers

Singtel Cyber Security has an approved licence under the Singapore Cybersecurity Act to provide Managed Security Services (MSS) and Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) services

The importance of working with a trusted provider

Singtel Cyber Security has an approved licence under the Singapore Cybersecurity Act to provide Managed Security Services (MSS) and Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) services

Expertise and resources

Singtel is a well-established telecommunications company in Singapore with extensive experience and resources in managing and securing networks and information systems. Being licensed by the CSA, Singtel Cyber Security demonstrates its compliance with rigorous cyber security standards and its ability to provide robust cyber security services to its customers.

Enhanced cyber security measures

Singtel Cyber Security’s CSA licence means that the company is subject to regulatory oversight and compliance requirements set by the agency. This, in turn, benefits businesses, consumers, and critical infrastructure by reducing the risk of cyber threats and attacks.

Protection of confidential information

Singtel Cyber Security’s licensed status signifies its commitment to safeguarding sensitive data. This is especially important for businesses and consumers who rely on Singtel’s services to transmit sensitive data.

Support for critical infrastructure

The CSA licence demonstrates our capability to provide specialised cyber security services tailored to protect critical infrastructure sectors such as energy, transportation, finance and healthcare. Singtel Cyber Security can help safeguard these critical sectors from cyber threats that could have significant consequences for the economy and public safety.

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