Türkiye’nin Siber Güvenlik Politikalarının Kamu Politikası Analizi Çerçevesinde Değerlendirilmesi
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Cyber security has become a field that includes the security of industrial control systems that is used to be physical, but it is now substantially cybered, besides the critical sub-structures such as communication, energy, water, finance, transportation and food production systems. Particularly at the point of ensuring national security and protecting critical sub-structures, countries have become aware of cyber security, along with traditional security methods, as well as emerging technologies and critical infrastructures that have evolved with these technologies. At this point, it is necessary to address cyber security as a public policy topic and evaluate it in the context of public policy analysis. In this thesis, firstly, the close relationship between public policy and cyber security was determined through the results of a case study and five country reviews. Then, 28 official documents defining the cyber security policies of Turkey were included in the scope of the research, coded by the help of qualitative research analysis software NVivo 11 and analyzed. In the conclusion part, tendencies of Turkey’s cyber security and critical sub-structure policies and their features were revealed within the context of public policy analysis approaches and decision making models.