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ISO 27001

Information security has a great place in your organization as well as for the organizations you work with, such as your customers and business partners. Pars Cyber works in perfect harmony with ISO27001 Standard and aims to protect the interests of yours and the institutions you work with. Secure your assets and risks with the ISO27001 Standard. 

ISO22301

Pars Cyber enables the identification and management of potential and existing threats to the activities, enabling pro-active and reactive plans to help organizations avoid crises and disasters and to quickly return to their common state when such situations occur. Provides the flexibility required to meet the demands of customers and suppliers. Increases customer confidence and satisfaction by supporting all good business continuity practices. It can be said that the long mentioned “Process approach” is finally being implemented. Many things that were formerly independent would be uniting through the processes. 

EMRA

Pars Siber software, which enables inventory output in the format requested by Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA) for Asset Management, also enables the data to be analyzed and classified in real time on the condition that the relevant standard is subject to the EMRA regulations for Risk Management. 

ISO 31000

ISO 31000 Organizations that manage risks effectively are more likely to grow and protect themselves. The challenge for all companies is to integrate good practice into their daily operations and to implement their corporate methods at broad perspective. With the ISO31000 Risk Management Standard, Pars Cyber creates trust in companies towards risk analysis and risk assessments. Protects your company while you grow by effectively responsing to changes. It implements management system controls for risk analysis in order to minimize loss by increasing the performance and strength of the management system.

 

GDPR - KVKK 

PARS Cyber enables companies to meet the standards they need concerning the Law on Personal Data Protection. 

Amendments made with KVKK; 

 

PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION

 

Turkish Law No. 6698 on the Protection of Personal Data, published in the Official Gazette dated 07.04.2016 and numbered 29677, protects the fundamental rights and freedoms of persons, particularly the privacy of private life, in the processing of personal data, and regulates the principles and procedures to be followed in order to achieve its aim. The Law covers the personal data processes that belongs to real persons and includes the regulations on the data process of these natural and legal persons (automatically or not) as part of a registration system. 

There are serious penalties and fines for companies that fail to comply with the procedures and principles set out in Law on Protection of Personal Data numbered 6698 effectuated on 07.04.2016. The penalty for failing to comply with the law regarding the recording, processing, transfer and destruction of data is 1 to 6 years of imprisonment and the penalty for neglecting the obligations set forth in the law shall be a fine between  5.000 - 1.000.000 TL.

 

PURPOSE of the LAW

  • Protection of fundamental rights and freedoms of persons in the personal data processing,
  • Protection of the procedures and principles of natural and legal persons who perform the process of personal data processing
  • Protection of the right of privacy,
  • Protection of the right of information security

KEY POINTS

  • Determining the data responsible
  • Preparation of personal data inventory
  • Obtaining Open Consent Declaration
  • Establishment of personal data protection and processing policies
  • Creation of data retention and destruction policies

 

DEFINITIONS 

DATA PROCESSING • Saving • Storage • Replacing • New Regulating • Disclosure • Transferring • Classification 

DATA RESPONSIBLE • Data responsible, processing of personal data purposes and determining the means of data recording system establishment and for managing responsible for real and legal entity. 

DATA PROCESSOR • Data processor, data on behalf of the responsible real data processing and legal entities. For example; • Call center companies • Market research companies • Couriers and so on. 

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