• Crypto.com has been awarded the Data Protection Trust Mark (DPTM) in Singapore

  • Crypto.com announced the acquisition of the Singapore Data Protection Trust Mark (DPTM) certificate, making it the country’s first DPTM-certified fintech company.

    Now, Singapore-based users can rest assured that the exchange is truly adhering to the best data protection practices for their personal information. Not only does Crypto.com have the DPTM certificate, but it also complies with the country’s Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA).

    Jason Lau, Chief Information Security Officer at Crypto.com, stated,

    Singapore’s most prestigious official certification for information security and data privacy is the Data Protection Trust Mark.

    Crypto.com underwent rigorous third-party data privacy audits and cybersecurity control checks before receiving the certificate. This was done specifically to ensure that the exchange adheres to the four cardinal principles of “Governance and Transparency, Personal Data Management, and Individual Rights” to ensure that customers’ data is safe and secure.

    In contrast, following Crypto.com’s success, Singapore’s Infocomm Media Development Authority has granted more than 70 DPTMs to other companies. Meanwhile, Crypto.com remains the first fintech company to receive the DPTM certification. This strengthens the exchange even more, allowing it to stand out among the competition as an industry leader in data protection and security.

    In a subsequent phase, Deloitte and achieved SOC2 compliance, as well as auditing Crypto.com, which was named the first crypto exchange to be certified for ISO27001, ISO27701, and PCI:DSS (Level 1). In addition, Crypto.com received the highest maturity levels of the NIST frameworks and was rated “Adaptive” (Tier 4).

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