The Relationship between Cyber Security and Decision Support Systems

Ahmet Naci Unal


The concept of decision making is the product of a process. This process starts with defining the problem and determining the objectives.The Objectives should be practical, feasible, identifiable and compatible with the latest technology. After defining the objectives, the options for problem solving are determined. The options should consist of at least two or more variables. The next step is to determine the most optimal option. During this process, the decision maker may face various challenges. For example, the best option may not be obvious. Therefore, analytical methods should be used at this stage. However, this stage is not sufficient enough for the success of the decision process. It is necessary to implement the determined decision. When you think that such a gradual process is used to make complex decisions, there is a need for auxiliary systems. Information technologies are used at this point. These technologies also lead us to Decision Support Systems. The fact that the decision support systems are internet open systems, it reveals the concept of cyber security.

Keywords: Decision Support Systems, Management Information Systems, Cyberspace, Cyber Security

DOI: 10.7176/JSTR/5-2-04

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ISSN (online) 2422-8702