Taipei, Taiwan. February 18, 2021. Editorial Use Only, 3D CGI. Asus Signage Logo on Top of Glass Building. Workplace Computer Hardware Company in High-rise Office Headquarter.
ASUS obtained an important recognition by reaching the level 4 of the Singapore Cybersecurity Labeling Scheme (as high as possible) for safety for qhis four WiFi 6 routers and a WiFi mesh system. The award rewards the work done by ASUS to ensure maximum security for its connection devices such as routers and mesh systems. Here are the details:
ASUS achieves the highest security rating in the Cybersecurity Labeling Scheme rating system for its routers
Four ASUS routers received recognition:
- TUF Gaming AX5400
- TUF Gaming AX3000
To these is also added the mesh system is the ASUS ZenWiFi XD6.
Il Level 4 of the Cybersecurity Labeling Scheme is the highest possible. To reach this level, the devices are subjected to third party and independent tests that are more difficult to pass and, of course, must have passed all the tests required for the previous levels. ASUS had already reached this level last year with the ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 and ASUS RT-AX88U models. The company’s devices can rely on technology ASUS AiProtection Pro which guarantees a high standard of safety.
The company comment
Tenlong Deng, ASUS Corporate Vice President and General Manager of the Business Unit for Networking and Wireless Devices, comments: “ASUS is proud to be the first router brand to achieve level 4 of the Cybersecurity Labeling Scheme, the highest level in the rating system. world leader in cybersecurity. With numerous products tested and awarded the highest level of CLS certification, our continued efforts to offer our customers reliable, safe and secure network solutions have been fully recognized. “