Organisations seeking certification may refer to the following:
(Note: Documents were last updated in October 2023)
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) that are certified are also eligible to apply for the SME Cybersecurity Excellence award that CSA is collaborating with Association of Trade & Commerce (ATC) on.
The certification process is undertaken by certification bodies that have been appointed by CSA. Organisations may select any of the following certification bodies, please click here for contact details.
Cyber Trust certification is valid for a duration of 3 years, with a yearly audit. The mode of assessment will involve both review and verification of documents, as well as implementation and effectiveness. The organisation’s certification audit will be carried out by an independent assessor from the appointed certification body.
Certification charges and time needed for certification may differ according to the scope of certification. Organisations may visit the websites of the certification bodies to find out more.
Eligible organisations can consider applying to Enterprise Singapore (ESG) to seek support for some of the costs for Cyber Trust certification. Details on the criteria and application process can be found below:
Interested organisations may refer to:
If you have already implemented good cyber hygiene, or already achieved CSA Cyber Essentials mark, you are ready to progress towards adopting a risk-based approach to cybersecurity.
Develop a cybersecurity health plan tailored for your needs and work towards national cybersecurity certification such as attaining CSA’s Cyber Trust mark.
Need help with the cybersecurity measures you can implement to improve your organisation’s cybersecurity? Check out our cybersecurity toolkits for guiding questions, templates and more.
Please contact the companies listed for details.