We moved up 9 places in cyber security

We moved up 9 places in cyber security

After increasing cyber threats with digitalization, security and technologies on this subject started to develop. Saying that Turkey has risen 9 places worldwide in the field of cyber security, Kron Business Development Director Ümit Çelik said, “Turkey has risen to 11th place in the world and 6th in Europe”.

After increasing cyber threats with digitalization, security and technologies on this subject started to develop. Saying that Turkey has risen 9 places worldwide in the field of cyber security, Kron Business Development Director Ümit Çelik said, “Turkey has risen to 11th place in the world and 6th in Europe”.

Increasing cyber threats around the world are increasing day by day. Digitization, which gained momentum especially during the epidemic process, led to the intensification of attacks in this area. Serving in the field of cyber security, Kron provides protection against cyber threats with its ‘Single Connect’ products, which have many advanced capabilities such as data and authorized session management, central password management, data masking, task automation, in banking, telecommunications, energy, health, automotive, manufacturing and public services. It provides services in many fields such as

WE OFFER INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS TO THE PUBLIC

The increase in cyber risks has also increased the demand for technologies in this regard. Expressing that 2020 was a difficult year in terms of Turkey’s cyber security, Kron stated that Turkey continued to rise in the International Telecommunication Union Global Cyber Security Index as a result of R&D studies carried out in the field of cyber security by learning lessons on mistakes and shortcomings. Business Development Director Ümit Çelik said, “According to the latest report, Turkey has risen 9 places in the world compared to the previous reporting period, to 11th place and to 6th place in Europe. We also offer innovative access security products, which we have developed with the R&D studies we carry out, to the service of public institutions.”

The biggest problem is qualified personnel.

Ümit Çelik said that the lack of professional human resources in the field of cyber security is the biggest problem in the sector. Çelik gave the following information: “As stated in the Global Risk Report published every year, it is stated that 95 percent of cyber security problems are caused by human errors and the professional human resource gap in the field of cyber security reaches 3 million. At this point, training more cyber security experts and bringing qualified personnel to our sector is among the priority targets of the sector as well as ours. In addition, prioritizing the cyber security measures of the companies will protect them from many losses.”

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