Ascent Solutions Achieves CSA Cybersecurity Certification

Ascent Solutions is proud to announce its recent achievement: obtaining the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) Cybersecurity Certification on December 29, 2022. This certification showcases our commitment to providing secure and reliable track-and-trace solutions to our customers with an emphasis on cybersecurity.

On January 27th, 2023, a certificate presentation ceremony was held at Ascent’s office. The event was attended by Director of Safer Cyberspace, CSA, Ms. Veronica Tan, and the Director of ISOCert, Mr. Saju Pillai. The certificate was presented to Ascent’s CEO, CK Lim, 

The CSA Cybersecurity Certification, also known as the Cyber-Trust Mark, is a certification program offered by the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA). It is designed to evaluate the cybersecurity controls and processes of organisations, and to provide a trusted and reliable assessment of a company’s ability to protect against cyber threats.

The certification covers a wide range of cybersecurity topics, including network security, data protection, risk management, incident management, and access control. The rigorous assessment process includes on-site and off-site evaluations and regular audits to ensure that companies continue to meet the high standards set by the CSA.

In today’s digital age, no companies are immune to cyberattacks. This is why we are always looking for ways to provide trusted track-and-trace solutions, in one form, or another. 


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