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Cybersecurity is the holistic approach that refers to the security of information systems and the communication of these systems with one another. Cybersecurity does not consist of one single area and is pursued in every field where technology exists, from the security of e-commerce sites to the security of network elements such as routers, as well as anti-malware systems and IoT devices.

Penetration testing is carried out to measure the effectiveness of the security measures being used for the assets owned by companies. Several attacks are simulated against the system one by one as if carried out by a malicious hacker, and a comprehensive report is drawn out at the end of the test.
Regardless of their nature, every company that deals with personal or sensitive data is obligated to have a penetration test. In this context, it is a legal obligation for systems that contain data of personal or protected nature to conduct the penetration test at least once a year.
In this sense, there are two great risks your company may face. The first of those risks is being hacked. If you are hacked, all classified information belonging to your company, client information, and sensitive information such as credit card information may be stolen, and you may incur material losses. The second risk is the loss of reputation. Hacked firms lose reputation in the eyes of their clients because of loss of trust, and are no longer preferred. Apart from those two risks, you may eventually be subject to serious penal sanctions. When companies that did not conduct the compulsory penetration test are hacked, they face serious fines and even imprisonment.
If you do not conduct the Penetration Test:
• You will not be able to know if your system has security vulnerabilities.
• You will not be able to take action against the possible vulnerabilities.
• Your system will not be effectively protected and you will have failed to fulfill your responsibility.
• In a possible case of being hacked, you may lose critical data, get important data stolen, lose reputation and money, and may be subject to high fines or imprisonment.
• You will not be preferred by clients as a firm that cannot protect personal data within the scope of the KVKK/GDPR.
If you regularly conduct the Penetration Test:
• You will be aware of the security vulnerabilities of your system.
• You will be able to take action against these vulnerabilities and have a more secure system by eliminating these vulnerabilities.
• Your system will be effectively protected and you will have fulfilled your responsibilities.
• The possibility of being hacked will be minimized and in a possible case of being hacked, your loss will be at the minimum level. Also, since you will have taken the necessary precaution, the fine will be minimum and you will not face the possibility of imprisonment.
• You will be preferred by clients as a company that endeavors to protect personal data within the scope of the KVKK/GDPR.
The maintenance of the security of a website, an e-commerce website, or the respective system is the responsibility of the company that owns the system. The responsibility cannot be delegated to any external developer. Therefore, you are responsible for the security of all assets you own. By conducting regular penetration tests you can eliminate your security vulnerabilities and prove in a possible case of being hacked that you fulfilled your responsibility.

While information systems are being developed in order to facilitate human life, malicious hackers attempt to steal data from the systems of companies in all stages of this development process.
What can happen to an e-commerce website?
• The customer information can be stolen.
• Credit/debit card information can be stolen.
• The website can be redirected to an unwanted address (causes loss of reputation).
• The products may be bought at a different value, the prices may be manipulated.
• With DDoS attacks, access to the website may be blocked when the sales are at the highest level, causing pecuniary loss.

What may happen to the devices belonging to your company?
• You may be asked for ransom after your devices are infected with malicious software and your most important data are locked with a password.
• Through malicious software, the data in your system may be stolen, altered, or manipulated.
• Fraud may be committed by sending e-mails to your clients, suppliers, or personnel in your name.
• A newly-developed product or service of your company may be leaked before coming onto the market or sold to your competitors.
If you sell a product that can connect to the Internet such as smart televisions, camera systems, refrigerators, etc., data may be stolen through unauthorized access to these devices,
the data of your clients may be used without permission, unwanted ads may be shown.
• If your product contains a video recording system such as a camera, private footage may be leaked to the Internet without permission.
• Your products may be caused to malfunction through changes in their working principles.
• Your products may be subject to tamper in a way that will hurt the image of your brand.


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