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Network Security Solutions

1.Network Access Control Solutions

It has evolved from controlling network access to a further use case to reduce the risks posed by the vulnerable and endangered endpoints in today's dynamic networks. Security has emerged as a critical element of an enterprise-wide network security stance, bridging the gap between Security Operations (SOC) and Network Operations (NOC) Centers by eliminating error-prone, manual operations through security automation and regulation.

2.DOS / DDOS Protection

DoS (Denial of Service) attacks are carried out by sending excessive packets via TCP and UDP to the target server. In these attacks, which usually originate from a network, the requests sent consume the resources of the server, putting the server out of service.


DDoS attacks are among the most effective attack methods. In this attack type, multiple DoS attacks target a single target. The targeted network is neutralized by attacks originating from more than one network.

3. Firewall Solutions

Firewall solutions targeting small and large enterprises consist of software or hardware components. Software solutions protect only installed computers. To protect all computers on the network, the software must be installed on each one individually. Managing this software is both an expensive and difficult to manage solution.


Hardware-based firewall solutions protect all computers on your network. Hardware-based firewalls are easy to manage.


Besides, these firewall solutions come with a comprehensive security package that includes virtual private network (VPN) support, antivirus, antispam, antispyware and content filtering capabilities.

4. Security Incident Management and Logging

These are the solutions that enable the collection of logs produced by different hardware and software systems in a single center and the querying and reporting of the records in a single and universal way by bringing these records to a certain structure.

Thanks to this technology, all records can be linked to each other.

5. Attack Detection and Prevention Systems

Intrusion Detection System (IDS) is a network security technology developed to detect malicious attacks, breaches and vulnerabilities of networks, systems or applications.


IDS works only to detect threats. Any detected activity or breach is reported to an administrator or collected centrally using a security and incident management (SIEM) system. In SIEM systems, it combines data from different sources and filters and checks and separates the malicious alarm whether it is a false alarm or not.

6.Continuous Security Verification and Improvement

Continuous security verification and improvement software help you to continuously measure your cyber threat preparedness and implement rapid improvement. By using this software, we can help you evaluate, measure and improve your security processes, and make your cybersecurity infrastructure measurable, effective and strong.

7. Malicious Code Analysis and Threat Management Solutions

The vast majority of today's threats are malicious, persistent and transformed files known as zero-day attacks reaching the network. Since such threats cannot be detected by traditional methods, the real threat can only be revealed by systems that can monitor their behaviour and observe the movements of the file in a sandbox.

Identity and Access Method Solutions

1. Privileged User Management and Control

Privileged access management (PAM) is a solution that helps you control, manage and monitor access to critical assets.

Data integrity is vital to organizations. Privileges such as processing or viewing data should not be defined for every user.

2.Multi-Factor Authentication

Multifactor authentication (MFA) is an authentication method in which a computer user is accessed when they successfully provide two or more proofs of the user's authentication mechanism.

3. Central Identity Management and Audit

Regardless of the platform on which it is built and the technology it uses, Web / Windows is an infrastructure service that enables all Netsis applications to operate with a single central authentication and session management. With this system, only a user name/password (SSO User) is created for users who will access all Netsis applications without distinction between Windows / Web, and all applications are accessed by this user. After the user logs in to any package and is logged in at least one application, the user name/password is not asked again for other packages, company and branch connections.

4.Session Recording

The main purpose of session recording solutions is to control, monitor and isolate the access of authorized accounts to Unix, Linux, Windows, databases or other critical systems.

System Security Solutions

1.Mail Security

Carrying sensitive information, this internet technology passes through many servers to reach its goal. E-mails carrying valuable data can become targets of attackers. In e-mail technology, which is the target or tool of attack in many ways; The mails sent can be stopped, changed, deleted or directed to a different location at any time on the route between the sender and the other party.


It can be exposed to attacks by methods such as unsolicited e-mail (spam), phishing, or fake e-mail (phishing) or fraudulent e-mail (hoax). It also requires many social media e-mail accounts and all of these services provide a password reset feature via e-mail.

2.Mobile Device Management

Today, the use of mobile devices has an important place in business processes. Many processes can now be directed with mobile devices. Mobile devices, which provide great benefits and convenience to companies, can be difficult to manage when they are too numerous. It is the service that enables mobile devices hosted in corporate companies to be managed through a web interface and application, taking into account the security of company data.

3.Server Security

Due to cyber attacks, many companies and individuals are faced with both information loss and material records. One of the reasons for this is that individuals and companies still use old technology. This makes the pirates' job easier. For this reason, companies and people doing business in the digitalizing world should give importance to server security and improve their systems; thus, they can ensure their protection against attacks.

4.End Point Security

Endpoint security is a broad statement that can relate to a variety of security measures, but is often used in the network security field. Endpoint security measures are methods used to protect the business network while being accessed by remote, wireless or mobile devices such as laptops, tablets and cell phones.

5.Web Security

Web security is the protection required to prevent a web application you develop from being abused by malicious people. This protection is a protection that can be done by a developer. It is to write the code you write in order to ensure web security, without leaving any flaws that can be abused.

Application Security Solutions

1. Static Code Analysis and Web Application Testing Tools

Many techniques are used in the error detection and verification process of software. These techniques alone cannot detect all errors in the software and are generally applied in complementary ways. Static code analysis is one of these techniques and enables the software to be analyzed at coding time without running and to detect possible errors.

2.Web Application Firewalls

A web application firewall (or WAF) filters, examines and blocks all HTTP traffic to and from a web application. The difference of a WAF product from a normal firewall is that while ordinary firewalls serve as a security gateway between servers, the WAF product can filter the content of the web application it wants.

3. Patch Management

The patch is the name given to packages prepared by software manufacturer companies to update software and/or remove errors. Especially in corporate network management, it is necessary to use some methods in monitoring the software of the network elements and applying patches.

4. Vulnerability Scan

Vulnerability scanning is a type of test that is performed against corporate assets and is used to detect cybersecurity threats that are constantly evolving. IT assets are tested with periodic vulnerability screening tests, and the gaps on these assets are detected. The openings found and the methods to eliminate these gaps are presented to the institution as a report at the end of the test. Periodic vulnerability tests, unlike penetration tests, focus on the detection of vulnerabilities and do not contain infiltration attempts. Periodic vulnerability tests are performed every six months, twice a year, and new vulnerabilities or weaknesses that occur as a result of configuration changes are detected and reported.

Cyber Security Solutions

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