27 Oct 2015


CSA’s Director/Operations, Dan Yock Hau, shares the stage with the panellists as they gave their views on the state of cyber security readiness of Singapore companies.


A truly robust cyber secure business environment has to be completed with employee education. Recognising that employees are key to a company’s cyber risk efforts, a new Employee Cyber Security Kit was launched with the aim of making it easier for businesses to achieve a structured employee education programme with minimal time, investment and manpower.

The kit was unveiled on Oct 27 2015 at the National Security Conference organised by SBF and supported by CSA and the National Security Coordination Secretariat (NSCS).  Dr Yaacob Ibrahim, Minister for Communications and Information and Minister-in-Charge of Cyber Security was the Guest-of-Honour at the event.

Guests were given a demonstration on the use of the Employee Cyber Security Kit.

An initiative by NSCS and supported by CSA and SBF, the plug-and-play digital toolkit features a simple quiz which provides an initial assessment of a company’s cyber security readiness and follows up with a recommended cyber security education programme tailored to meet business needs. Included in the kit are editable presentation materials, communication tools such as digital banners, stickers and a range of resources that companies can tap on. 

To get started, visit:  https://login.sbf.org.sg/EmployeeCyberSecurityKit/index.html