Cybersecurity Labelling Scheme (CLS)
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Cybersecurity Label

To determine if a product is certified under the CLS, consumers can look out for these labels:

CLS Label

The label will display the product’s cybersecurity level and its registration ID in the format: CSA/Date of Label Expiration (DDMMYY/Product ID number assigned by CSA).

Cybersecurity Levels

The asterisks on the label are indicative of different levels of rating within the CLS. The general requirements for each level are as follows: 

Level Requirement
Level 1 The product meets basic security requirements such as ensuring unique default passwords and providing software updates.
Level 2 The product has been developed using the principles of Security-by-Design such as conducting threat risk assessment, critical design review and acceptance tests, and fulfilled Level 1 requirements.
Level 3 The product has undergone assessment of software binaries by approved third-party test labs, and fulfilled Level 2 requirements.
Level 4 The product has undergone structured penetration tests by approved third-party test labs, and fulfilled Level 3 requirements.

Product List

To view the current list of products labelled under the CLS, visit the Product List page.

For more details on the different certification schemes for cybersecurity products by CSA, download the Cybersecurity Certification Brochure here.