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Why Choose Us
19 August 2021
9AM SGT | 11AM AEST
In a world full of costly data breaches and invasive privacy incidents, Singapore is not immune. It’s not just the big threats such as cyber criminals, nation-state hackers and cyber espionage—even simple employee mistakes can end up exposing private data and costing your organisation millions.
To combat the growing wave of privacy and cybersecurity issues, Singapore passed the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) 2012. These regulations are complemented by the Data Protection Trustmark (DPTM), a voluntary certification that helps organisations demonstrate that they have appropriate protection and privacy practices in place to guard their personal data.
When it comes to a business’ cyber hygiene, it pays to secure your extended ecosystem and ensure best practices are followed with all the partners, vendors or any other intermediaries that you work with on a regular basis.
DPTM (Data Protection Trustmark) is the go-to standard for organisations in Singapore to demonstrate compliance with sound data protection practices. It helps to highlight a company’s commitment to protecting their client’s personal information, building assurance and trust with both clients and stakeholders.
In light of this, where does CBPR come in? Are both initiatives complementary or mutually exclusive? In the context of cross-border data flows, what are the differences between the two?
Join us in unpacking some of the intricacies behind these initiatives and gaining more insight into all sides of the Data Privacy compliance equation.
Red Team Attack Simulations mimic an adversary attacking your organisation. Red Team Attack Simulations enable you to understand and improve upon your ability to identify and respond to an adversary tyring to access your systems or information.
But what actually happens during a Red Team and how does an Attack Simulation work in practise?
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