Cyber Security

Cyber Security



Cyber security is the practice of protecting systems, networks, and programs from digital attacks. These cyberattacks are usually aimed at accessing, changing, or destroying sensitive information; extorting money from users; or interrupting normal business processes.

It's also known as information technology security or electronic information security.

Implementing effective cybersecurity measures is particularly challenging today because there are more devices than people, and attackers are becoming more innovative.

As Artheox, we protect you against all attacks both locally and from the internet, 7 days 24 hours, by checking the security of all your systems online.







Cyber Security


Artheox, " Comodo Cyber ​​Security System " provides 100% protection against all internal and external Cyber ​​Attacks / Illegal Transactions / Applications by keeping all computers, mobile devices and peripherals under control with a single management panel.

Our security system, which comes with an internal "Antivirus and Smart Firewall", allows us to keep all your computers and mobile devices under observation 24/7, to prevent extraordinary transactions instantly and to provide you with a detailed report.

In accordance with the "Law on Protection of Personal Data", copying of special quality data (identity information, credit card information, personal information…) is prevented. This eliminates your extra investment cost / legal risks for "KVKK".

Except for Operating System and Hardware failure, you get rid of extra computer service costs by getting online system support, especially "software control, patch management, user operations report, malware tests ...".

It can be used in businesses of all sizes with its compact structure and scalable architecture.

Cybersecurity is the practice of protecting systems, networks, and programs from digital attacks. These cyberattacks are usually aimed at accessing, changing, or destroying sensitive information; extorting money from users; or interrupting normal business processes.

In addition to getting complete cyber protection with the Cyber ​​Security System;

You can make a Full Hardware and Software inventory of all your Systems (Computers, Tablets, Phones). (Motherboard, Ram, Disk, Network, Software and Versions ...),

With the Smart Firewall System, all your communication is checked and opened to communication,

With Patch Management, all operating system and application updates are carried out by us online.

All transactions made by users are kept and presented to you in a report when requested.

All computers, mobile devices and printers on the system are managed from a single center.

With internal remote desktop, remote file and service manager that can be reported, you don't need 3rd party remote support applications.

Data is prevented from being copied in the process of the Personal Data Protection Law.



Types Of Cyber Threats


Virus : A self-replicating program that attaches itself to clean file and spreads throughout a computer system, infecting files with malicious code.

Trojans : A type of malware that is disguised as legitimate software. Cybercriminals trick users into uploading Trojans onto their computer where they cause damage or collect data.

Spyware : A program that secretly records what a user does, so that cybercriminals can make use of this information. For example, spyware could capture credit card details.

Ransomware : Malware which locks down a user’s files and data, with the threat of erasing it unless a ransom is paid.

Adware : Advertising software which can be used to spread malware.

Botnets : Networks of malware infected computers which cybercriminals use to perform tasks online without the user’s permission.

SQL injection : An SQL (structured language query) injection is a type of cyber-attack used to take control of and steal data from a database. Cybercriminals exploit vulnerabilities in data-driven applications to insert malicious code into a databased via a malicious SQL statement. This gives them access to the sensitive information contained in the database.

Phishing : Phishing is when cybercriminals target victims with emails that appear to be from a legitimate company asking for sensitive information. Phishing attacks are often used to dupe people into handing over credit card data and other personal information.

Man-in-the-middle attack : A man-in-the-middle attack is a type of cyber threat where a cybercriminal intercepts communication between two individuals in order to steal data. For example, on an unsecure WiFi network, an attacker could intercept data being passed from the victim’s device and the network.

Denial-of-service attack : A denial-of-service attack is where cybercriminals prevent a computer system from fulfilling legitimate requests by overwhelming the networks and servers with traffic. This renders the system unusable, preventing an organization from carrying out vital functions.



End User Protection


End-user protection or endpoint security is a crucial aspect of cyber security. After all, it is often an individual (the end-user) who accidentally uploads malware or another form of cyber threat to their desktop, laptop or mobile device.

So, how do cyber-security measures protect end users and systems? First, cyber-security relies on cryptographic protocols to encrypt emails, files, and other critical data. This not only protects information in transit, but also guards against loss or theft.

In addition, end-user security software scans computers for pieces of malicious code, quarantines this code, and then removes it from the machine. Security programs can even detect and remove malicious code hidden in Master Boot Record (MBR) and are designed to encrypt or wipe data from computer’s hard drive.

Electronic security protocols also focus on real-time malware detection. Many use heuristic and behavioral analysis to monitor the behavior of a program and its code to defend against viruses or Trojans that change their shape with each execution (polymorphic and metamorphic malware). Security programs can confine potentially malicious programs to a virtual bubble separate from a user's network to analyze their behavior and learn how to better detect new infections.

Security programs continue to evolve new defenses as cyber-security professionals identify new threats and new ways to combat them. To make the most of end-user security software, employees need to be educated about how to use it. Crucially, keeping it running and updating it frequently ensures that it can protect users against the latest cyber threats.






Network Security


Network security is the practice of securing a computer network from intruders, whether targeted attackers or opportunistic malware.


Application Security


Application security focuses on keeping software and devices free of threats. A compromised application could provide access to the data its designed to protect. Successful security begins in the design stage, well before a program or device is deployed.


Information Security


Information security protects the integrity and privacy of data, both in storage and in transit.


Operational Security


Operational security includes the processes and decisions for handling and protecting data assets. The permissions users have when accessing a network and the procedures that determine how and where data may be stored or shared all fall under this umbrella.


Disaster Recovery And Business Continuity


Disaster recovery and business continuity define how an organization responds to a cyber-security incident or any other event that causes the loss of operations or data. Disaster recovery policies dictate how the organization restores its operations and information to return to the same operating capacity as before the event. Business continuity is the plan the organization falls back on while trying to operate without certain resources.


End-User Education


End-user education addresses the most unpredictable cyber-security factor: people. Anyone can accidentally introduce a virus to an otherwise secure system by failing to follow good security practices. Teaching users to delete suspicious email attachments, not plug in unidentified USB drives, and various other important lessons is vital for the security of any organization.









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