With systems that use machine learning and artificial intelligence to protect organizations from cyber-attacks and malware, we provide organizations with cyber security, security analysis and cybersecurity training.


Endpoint Security (Antivirus, EDR, XDR)

Antivirus software is used to prevent, detect, and disable malicious software. Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) systems, unlike antivirus solutions, are cybersecurity products capable of real-time threat and anomaly detection, allowing manual or automatic intervention in endpoint threats. Extended Detection and Response (XDR) refers to cybersecurity solutions that proactively detect, respond to, and mitigate threats at different infrastructure levels (such as network, endpoint, cloud, email) in complex environments.

Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems (IDS, IPS)

In order to detect cyber attacks and threats, systems that monitor network activities and analyze network traffic are referred to as Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS). Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS), on the other hand, are solutions developed to prevent detected attacks.


These security products control network traffic by passing it through specific filters and prevent potentially harmful activities within the traffic. Additionally, they ensure that incoming and outgoing packets adhere to configured rules. MIA Teknoloji provides software-based, hardware-based, and next-generation (NGFW – Next Generation Firewall) firewall solutions.

Log Management and SIEM (Security Information and Event Management)

The event logs generated by components of information technology infrastructure (such as firewall, server, database, etc.) need to be analyzed and managed according to specific rules. Log management is essential for the early detection and intervention of cyber incidents and anomalies. Software solutions that correlate logs from seemingly independent systems, centralize log management, and generate alerts about potential cyber incidents are referred to as Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) systems.

Data Loss Prevention (DLP) Software

The software used for classifying and monitoring static, in-use, and moving data is referred to as Data Loss Prevention (DLP) software. When configuring DLP, rules should be established taking into account all components such as networks, mobile devices, storage units, endpoints, cloud systems, printers, and email systems.

Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT)

Sectoral CERT (Computer Emergency Response Team) are established within regulatory and supervisory public institutions responsible for regulating and overseeing critical sectors. These institutions include regulatory bodies such as RTÜK (Radio and Television Supreme Council), EPDK (Energy Market Regulatory Authority), SPK (Capital Markets Board), and BDDK (Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency). CERT can be established within public institutions or within operators of critical infrastructure. All public institutions and organizations with an independent IT unit are required to establish an Enterprise CERT.

Vulnerability Analysis and Penetration Testing

Penetration testing involves checking and reporting security vulnerabilities in the information technology infrastructure owned by organizations. Attempting to infiltrate designated computer systems through various means is conducted to assess the security weaknesses.

Cybersecurity Training Programs

Organizations provide professional training to IT and SOME (Social Media) personnel on what needs to be done before, during, and after cyber attacks to mitigate the risk of being exposed to cyber threats.