Cookie Policy

This Cookie Policy (hereinafter referred to as the “Policy)) includes the websites operated by BTRisk BTRisk Information Security and IT Governance Services Co.Ltd. (“BTRisk”) and contains information on the use of cookies. By using our site, you consent to the use of cookies as set out in this Policy.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text files that can be stored in a visitor’s device (for example, a computer or phone) and can store data in name-value format when a website is visited.  These text files can be interpreted by browsers and servers that can provide access to them, and various information can be obtained about the device on which the website is visited and therefore the user concerned. Nowadays, almost every site uses cookies.


Who Sends Cookies and How?

Cookies are sent by BTRisk and / or through communication between third parties and the browser (Chrome, Firefox, etc.) on your device and the servers of the organization mentioned above if it provides some content, such as videos or photos, on the visited page.

What are cookies used for?

Cookies are used for many different purposes. For example, cookies are mostly used for the following purposes: * In order for the website to work properly (For example, the content of the site, such as text, photos, links to be located in the relevant places). *Providing a more personalized and more engaging experience for visitors (eg providing services tailored to your preferences). * Improving and optimizing the website (eg rendering pages with errors or non-preferences) and * Remembering visitors’ preferences (For example, the information you enter when you log in to our website, language and other preferences)

Where can I find more information about cookies?

The content of cookie texts is often only for the engineers to process and it is recommended that our visitors visit or for information about cookies in a more detailed and understandable language.

What Cookies Do You Use?


Cookie Type Explanation
Session Cookies Refers to temporary cookies stored on your devices until you leave the website.
Persistent Cookies Persistent cookies are the type of cookies that remain on your device’s hard drive for a long period of time, and their usage time may vary from a few days to several years.
Mandatory Cookies These cookies must be retained in order for the website to function properly and for users to benefit from the services and navigation features offered on the site. For example, social media sharing cookies sent to your device by social media networks are mandatory cookies, so that you can share news that interest you on our site or access our accounts on the relevant platform, although they are not sent by us.
Functional and Analytical Cookies It is used to remember your preferences, use the website effectively, optimize the site to respond to user requests, and include data on how visitors use the site. By nature, such cookies may contain your personal information. For example, cookies that record your language preference on our site are functional cookies.


How is the information we receive from your device used?

In addition, we use the articles, news and the articles on other tabs on our website for statistical purposes by anonymizing the frequency of clicks during your visits and usage data for the visited pages. You do not have to accept cookies to use our website, but the quality of your user experience may decline. You can delete or block cookies, but our website may not work as it should. We do not use the data we collect through cookies to identify you. Cookies are not used for purposes other than those specified in this Policy and are not processed in violation of data protection legislation.

How do I check for cookies?

You can delete cookies already available on your device and set your internet browser to block cookies. However, we would like to warn you that if you set your browser to block cookies, some of the services on our website may not work properly. For detailed information about your browser’s settings for cookies:

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