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 Information Systems Management

Information Systems Management

1st Semester

 Applied Cryptography I Lesson Code: 323-1001 Syllabusnumber theory, prime numbers, finite fields, modular arithmetic, Chinese remainder theorem, complexity theory, one-way functions, basic notions of cryptography, historical cryptographic algorithms, one-time pad, public key cryptosystems (RSA, Rabin, discrete logarithm, elliptic curves), key management, Diffie-Hellman key exchange protocol, stream ciphers, block ciphers, hash functions, digital signatures with appendix, digital signatures with message recoveryLearning outcomes

 Computer Network Security Lesson Code: 323-1054 SyllabusLearning outcomes

 Database Systems Security Lesson Code: 323-1100 SyllabusLearning outcomes

 Advanced Internet security and privacy issues Lesson Code: 323-1451 SyllabusLearning outcomes

2nd Semester

 Applied Cryptography ΙΙ Lesson Code: 323-1201 Syllabusmodular arithmetic, finite fields, algorithms for solving hard number theoretic problems (integer factorization problem, square roots modulo n, discrete logarithm problem), pseudorandom number generation (BBS, RSA), creation, management and distribution of cryptographic keys, secret sharing, cryptanalytic techniques, attacks and threats in symmetric cryptosystems and hash functionsLearning outcomes

 Mobile and Wireless Networks Security Lesson Code: 323-1252 SyllabusMobile network security: UMTS and GSM security architecture, UMTS access security, authentication, periodic authentication, temporary identities management, UTRAN protocol structure (physical layer, link layer, network layer), UTRAN encryption procedures and parameters, integrity of signaling and threats, UTRAN security mechanisms, vulnerabilities and attack description, interworking with GSM, 3GPP network domain security and protocols, lawful interception, UMTS IMS subsystem security issues. Advanced IEEE 802.11 and 802.16 security: protocols, vulnerabilities and attack description, defensive and repelling strategies, authentication and authorisation.Learning outcomes

 Special Issues in Information Law Lesson Code: 323-1352 SyllabusComputers and society: ICT as a new scientific paradigm.. Society, law and technology: a new “relationship”. Computers and Information Ethics. Privacy and Communication’s secrecy. Specific privacy and data protection issues (surveillance in workplace, video surveillance in public places, privacy and search engines, privacy and social networks) Privacy-oriented design of systems and of security mechanisms as a synergy of law and technology – Privacy Enhancing Technologies. Freedom of speech, rights and powers in the Information Society – Blogs –Forums and censorship. Identity management and identity theft. Specific legal issues of e-commerce. Intellectual Property in the Information Society. Cybercrime and Computer crime: ethical, social, legal and economic aspects. Computer Forensics. Electronic Democracy. Governance by technology and Governance of technology. e-democracy and e-votingLearning outcomes

 Information Systems Security Management Lesson Code: 323-1501 SyllabusIntroduction to security management in IS. Current approaches and models. Assurance and assessment of IS security. Standardisation. Standards bodies. International IS security standards. Risk analysis and management. Methodologies for risk management. Development of secure IS. IS security policies. Education, training, and awareness. Security culture. Organizational issues. Learning outcomes

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