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Cyber threats have been a common concern for all institutions since the day the discovery of computer networks and shared use of IT resources came to the fore. The biggest reason why IT managers feel uncomfortable and are always worried about cyber threats is not being able to measure cyber risks.
When we look at all the major cyber attacks of the last 10 years, it can be seen that all of them were preventable by operating the correct IT processes.
However, unfortunately, unless they have the opportunity to accurately measure their current corporate risks, they cannot identify the risks they have. It is a fact that cannot be ignored that information security is more important than ever in our current time. Security products, tests and employees are selected through a thousand sieves and integrated into person/institution ecosystems to prevent any "hacking" cases that may occur.
Wouldn't you like to constantly monitor how well all these products and processes protect you and whether you still have serious risks?
Measure This phase aims to accurately measure the current IT risks of the institution and explain them to the managers of the institution in a report format that everyone can easily understand. The aim is to show the current situation and the strengths and weaknesses of the institution with numbers, away from technical details. However, after an accurate measurement, deficient areas can be improved and continuity can be ensured.
Make Better The phase symbolizes the steps taken to improve the current situation photographed. At this stage, the weak areas of the institution are shown through the use of processes or tools, and the employees of the relevant institution are helped to reach the targeted risk level by shaking hands with the institution management.
Monitor The stage can be described as ensuring the permanence of the risk level targeted by the institution's management and achieving a sustainable process and infrastructure. At this stage, the institution is given a risk score every 3 months and the reason for the changes, if any, and the steps to be followed are reported.