Inventrik Pte Ltd is proud to be one of the very first few technology companies in Singapore to be DPTM certified. DPTM is Data Protection Trustmark (DPTM) Certification, administered by the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA).
This DPTM certification, further validates our commitment to protect our customer’s privacy & data. It also demonstrates our accountable data protection practices & assures our customers of the best practices that we have put in place for data security.
With this achievement we hope to foster confidence and trust among customers, clients, business partners and other stakeholders.
The directory of DPTM-certified organisations can be found here (633.45KB)
What is Data Protection Trust Mark (DPTM)?
As part of advancing Singapore’s digital economy as a trusted data hub, the IMDA has developed the Data Protection Trustmark (DPTM) certification. Adapted from Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) and international benchmarks and best practices, this enterprise-wide certification recognises organisations that demonstrate accountability in their data protection practices.
The DPTM is a voluntary enterprise-wide certification that requires organisations to demonstrate that they are able to meet the obligations of the PDPA and have achieved a robust data governance standard.
A DPTM certification will help businesses increase their competitive advantage and build trust with their clients. The DPTM will be a visible indicator that an organisation adopts sound data protection practices.
It is administered by the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA).
Why is Data Protection Trust Mark (DPTM) Important?
In an era where cybercrime has escalated to new levels, it’s imperative that your data remains in a secure environment & in place with regular monitoring and updates to safeguard your customers’ data in your possession.
DPTM contributes significantly towards helping organisations to keep information safe while delivering many of the following benefits:
- Develop, manage and maintain a robust data protection infrastructure;
- Demonstrate accountability in data protection;
- Foster a culture of data protection within the Company;
- Provide assurance that the Company has adequate data protection policies and practices in place to manage their data protection risks and to comply with the PDPA