Ensure the cyber security resilience of Critical Information Infrastructure
Critical Information Infrastructure (CII) operators are experiencing rapid changes in technology and new regulatory requirement. The evolving threat landscape makes it more difficult for them to safeguard their critical information infrastructure.
It is therefore vital that CII operators adopt a holistic standard-based and risk-based approach to decide on the degree of criticality of assets and prioritise necessary actions to protect their installations.
The Singapore Cybersecurity Bill passed into law on 5th February 2018, providing a framework for the regulation of CII and formalises the duties of CII owners in ensuring the cyber security resilience of their respective CIIs.
A Cyber Security Code of Practice (CCoP) compliance audit can help CII owners to meet the requirements and achieve compliance.
CCoP Compliance Audit is relevant for owners of Critical Infrastructure such as Power, Water treatment, Aviation, Maritime and Transportation where Operational Technology forms the backbone of their operations.
TÜV SÜD PSB is a qualified subject-matter expert and has extensive experience in carrying out independent testing, inspection and certification for our clients worldwide. TÜV SÜD PSB also conducts risk assessments and gap analysis aligning and complying with legal and regulatory requirements.
The cyber security services team takes a holistic approach considering the CCoP for CII and sector specific agency requirements. We will also consider Cyber Security Act (CSA) guidelines, procedures and processes to provide extensive coverage for greater cyber resilience.
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