Asus has announced that four of its WiFi 6 routers and one mesh WiFi system have attained Level 4 of Singapore’s Cybersecurity Labeling Scheme1, the highest rating available.
The four Asus routers are the TUF Gaming AX5400, TUF Gaming AX3000, RT-AX82U and RT-AX58U, and the mesh system is the ASUS ZenWiFi XD6, which consists of two AX5400 WiFi 6 routers.
In 2021, the ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 and ASUS RT-AX88U also attained the Cybersecurity Labelling Scheme label, bringing the total number of registered ASUS networking devices to seven within one year.
Tenlong Deng, ASUS Corporate Vice President, General Manager of Networking and Wireless Devices Business Unit said Asus is proud to be the first router brand to attain CLS level 4, the highest one in the world’s leading Cybersecurity Labelling Scheme.
“With more products being tested and awarded CLS, our ongoing efforts to provide trusted, safe and secure networking solutions for our customers have been fully recognized.”
The Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) launched the Cybersecurity Labeling Scheme (CLS) to rate consumer smart devices according to specific levels of cybersecurity provisions.
This initiative is the first of its kind within the Asia-Pacific region, and products with CLS Level 3 and above are also recognized by the Transport and Communications Agency of Finland (Traficom) to have met their cybersecurity requirements.
Most Asus routers and WiFi mesh systems include Asus AiProtection Pro technology powered by Trend Micro along with comprehensive network security solutions.