Information security is one of the most important issues for the continuity of activities and services of DENTEK as well as protection of its reputation. DENTEK has taken the necessary precautions with the awareness that it has to store and protect the information on time, correct, best and most appropriate manner. In this context, our main responsibilities for the protection of our information assets are ;
  • To fulfill the requirements of information security standards and take administrative and technological measures,
  • To comply with all legal regulations regarding information security,
  • To identify risks for information assets and manage the risks systematically,
  • To protect our information assets from threats and dangers that may occur or to ensure that they are affected at the lowest level,
  • To reduce the impact of information security threats on business/service continuity and to ensure business continuity and sustainability,
  • To ensure that all information in the printed and electronic environment that are within the scope of information security is managed in accordance with the principles of “confidentiality, integrity and accessibility” in the light of legal legislation and using risk assessment methods, and to conduct risk analysis,
  • To protect the information of our employees and all our stakeholders,
  • To show maximum sensitivity to the provisions on the protection of personal data of Article 20 of the Constitution, the Law 6698 on the Protection of Personal Data and the Regulation on the Personal Health Data of Individuals,
  • In the processing of personal data and personal health data, to comply with the general principles specified  in article 4 of Law No. 6698 in general; in addition,  to comply with the provisions specified in article 5 of the Law in the processing of personal data, and the provisions specified in article 6 of the Law in processing of personal health data,
  • In the transfer of personal data and personal health data, to comply with the provisions specified in article 8 and 9 of the Law No. 6698 and also in the article 10.6 (Data Transfer Agreements) of this Guide,
  • To protect the reliability and brand image of the COMPANY,
  • To provide trainings in a way to develop technical and behavioral competencies in order to increase the awareness of information security of our employees and to keep their awareness at the highest level,
  • Pursuant to the first paragraph of Article 12 of the Law 6698 on Protection of Personal Data, and regarding the personal data of the customers, subcontractors, suppliers and business partners, to take all necessary technical and administrative measures as a data controller to ensure the appropriate level of security is provided in order to  prevent the illegal processing of and accession to the  personal data, and to ensure that personal data is protected,
  • To comply with the requirements for information security arising from the national and international regulations, from fulfilling the requirements of the relevant legislation and standards, from meeting its obligations arising from agreements and  from corporate responsibilities against internal and external stakeholders,
  • To comply with BS 10012 Personal Data Security System standards that have been put into effect pursuant to the GDPR regulations in 2016 within the EU Countries, which pass into law instead of European Data Protection Legislation numbered 95/46.
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