The Minister of Transport and infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu announced on on Sunday that cyberattacks against Turkey fell to 84,113 in 2021, from 118,470 in 2020. The minister is committed to continuing to strengthen son « cyber shield” with locally-developed apps against cyberattacks, attributing to it with prick off the attacks.
the minister noted in a written statement indicating that the cyber intervention teams called SOME coordinated round-the-clock responses to attacks under the direction of The National Cybersecurity Intervention Center (USOM). The teams are made up of more more than 8,000 cybersecurity experts who work to detect malicious links and cut off access for critical infrastructure by hackers.
Turkey also employs Kasırga, Avcı and Azad, components of a software infrastructure at combat cyber attacks. the programs to employ machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) for remain up-nowadays against cyber threats.
Karaismailoglu said last year they detected 750 “fake” conferences apps imitating original apps and launched the “necessary procedures” against their. “At a time of rise in remote Working practices, programsinterfaces used by those who have been working for home were scanned and 46,784 security vulnerabilities were detected last year,” the minister noted. He noted that they also scanned domain names related to the COVID-19 pandemic and discovered 612 malicious names software is integrated into it. He added that they also discovered 2,975 Trojan horse droppers thus exploiting the COVID-19 pandemic to target peopleresearch for information about the virus.