The vulnerability analysis study is to determine whether there is a security vulnerability by analyzing all the infrastructures in a system as a whole. The identified vulnerabilities are classified and graded according to current, valid and worldwide accepted standards.

Reporting of threat levels according to importance in terms of institution infrastructure constitutes the most important area of vulnerability analysis study. The creation of the effect and probability of vulnerability by cyber security experts is the most important step in terms of creating the cyber security roadmap of the institution. With this important step, the institution can carry out vulnerability management more easily and safely.

With vulnerability analyses, vulnerabilities that may occur as a result of configuration errors, especially known vulnerabilities reported by experts worldwide, and vulnerabilities arising from network architecture are identified.

In addition to the automatically performed vulnerabilities, the applicability of the vulnerabilities detected by the experts is also tested and a result is obtained based on the real results by extracting false facts. Each identified vulnerability is presented with the best practical solution and recommendation (Best Practice) that is safe, up-to-date and applicable.

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