ATET Security

CISO as a Service

(Cyber Essentials)

Cyber Essentials Mark (CEM)

Cyber Essentials mark is a cybersecurity certification scheme developed by the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) for organizations that are embarking on their cybersecurity journey. It is catered for Small and Medium Enterprise (SMEs) which starting their digitalization and cybersecurity journey with limited IT and cybersecurity resources.

ATET offer comprehensive CISO as a service to assist SMEs to attain this cybersecurity certification by ensuring the presence of good cyber hygiene practices. It is essential that organizations can ensure and demonstrate robustness of their cyber security measures, which serve business assurances to partners and customers.

We help in these five aspects:


Cyber awareness and training for employees, as people are the first line of defense, recognize the hardware and software of your organisation, critical data, understand valuable assets, and secure them.


Introducing malware and virus protection. Managing and controlling access to your data and services. Ensure secure configuration is placed in organisations.


Keep software, operating systems, and digital infrastructure up to date. Patch against known vulnerabilities and threats.


Implement reliable backups for your data and store them securely.


Enabling incident detection and being able to respond to and recover from cyber incidents

Our support team of cybersecurity experts is available 24/7

Why us?

Cybersecurity in ATET is about:

1. Securing the business, not just the technology
2. Risk-based approach to ensure effort commensurate
3. Providing security is a process, not just a product

Start With A Free Consultation

Allow us to provide you a free, no-obligation consultation so that you can get an overview of your existing security posture, including a clear indication of your strengths and any potential weaknesses, as well as a grade.

Select your Tier

In order for us to direct you to the appropriate package, please let us know how many endpoints does your organisation have
(Note: Endpoints are laptops, desktops, tablets, corporate handphones, servers, virtual machine)

For 1-10 Endpoints, Click here
For 11-20 Endpoints, Click here
For 21-50 Endpoints, Click here
For 51-100 Endpoints, Click here
For 101-200 Endpoints, Click here