Enterprising Cloud Computing Initiatives through Cloud Security and Compliance

RMA Infoworks deploys Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solution for Safeguard G4S

Singapore, 26 February 2020 - RMA Infoworks, a professional Information Technology Outsourcing (ITO) service provider, was recently awarded the certification of Multi‐Tier Cloud Security Standard for Singapore (MTCS SS 584:2015). MTCS is the world's first cloud security standard that covers multiple tiers of cloud computing certifications.

Stringent Compliance of Cloud Security for Data Confidentiality

The MTCS is a Singapore Standard that specifies strict security and operational requirements for Cloud Service Providers (CSPs). The standard is to encourage the adoption of sound risk management and security practices to meet different cloud user needs in the areas of data sensitivity and business criticality. SOCOTEC Certification International, a participating Certification Body for the MTCS standard, awarded RMA the certification after a thorough evaluation of its Document Management System (DMS) services using Software as a Service (SaaS) model Tier 1.

Aligning Business Processes with International Standards

The certification of MTCS SS 584:2015 validates RMA's strict compliance in managing business‐critical documents. RMA Infoworks has always been progressive in its commitment to data integrity and security. Nonetheless, clients and business partners, whether they are private or government agencies, can now have the added assurance in knowing that their confidential data are in safe hands.

RMA Infoworks continuously implements rigid policies and procedures to safeguard the data of its stakeholders. Managing its data centre, RMA Infoworks is also certified with ISO 27001:2013 Information Security Management System (ISMS), which demonstrates the security and reliability of RMA's information‐based business processes. Apart from providing customized data solutions and cloud services at Clients' locations, RMA also hosts cloud‐based applications in its own data centre.