The Cyber Trust mark is a cybersecurity certification for organisations with more extensive digitalised business operations. It is targeted at larger or more digitalised organisations as these organisations are likely to have higher risk levels which require them to invest in expertise and resources to manage and protect their IT infrastructure and systems. The Cyber Trust mark adopts a risk-based approach to guide organisations to understand their risk profiles and identify relevant cybersecurity preparedness areas required to mitigate these risks.

The Cyber Trust mark serves as a mark of distinction for organisations to prove that they have put in place good cybersecurity practices and measures that are commensurate with their cybersecurity risk profile. 

Why should my organisation apply?

  • Signifies a mark of distinction to recognise organisations as trusted partners with robust cybersecurity
  • Provides a pathway to international cybersecurity standards (e.g. ISO/IEC 27001)
  • Provides a guided approach for your organisation to assess cybersecurity risks and preparedness
  • Takes on a risk-based approach to meet your organisation's needs without over-investing
  • Which tier of Cybersecurity Preparedness does my organisation belong to?

Which tier of Cybersecurity Preparedness does my organisation belong to?

There are five Cybersecurity Preparedness tiers, with 10 to 22 domains under each tier. Organisations can use the Cyber Trust mark risk assessment framework to identify which Cybersecurity Preparedness tier is more suitable for your needs.

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