Cybersecurity Health Check for Organisations

With eight in ten organisations1 having encountered a cybersecurity incident within a 12-month period, cyber enemies are relentlessly disrupting businesses and harming their operations and reputations through cyberattacks. These attacks can cause significant financial damage. The cost of a ransomware attack in Singapore is estimated to be around $1.5 million on average2

To help organisations measure and improve their cybersecurity health, Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA), in collaboration with Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA), has launched a Cybersecurity Health Check on 28 March 2024.

Through this self-check tool, organisations can find out where their cybersecurity health stands and what it takes to improve it.

Cybersecurity Health Check Report & Insights  

Upon completion of the Cybersecurity Health Check, organisations would receive a comprehensive health report with tailored recommendations to enhance their resilience against common cyber threats.

Additionally, the report will benchmark organisations’ cybersecurity health against national standards, providing valuable insights for further enhancement. 


Take the Cybersecurity Health Check Today!

Organisations should take their first step towards protecting their business by completing the Cybersecurity Health Check tool to understand their level of cyber hygiene implementation and close the necessary cybersecurity gaps. 


1 CSA’s Singapore Cybersecurity Health Report 2023

2 Business Times, 2022, “Singapore companies pay average S$1.5m after ransomware attack: report”