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Common basis of the program

  1. Software engineering. SW development process. Unified Process (UP) methodology. Agile SW development. Testing phases and types of tests. Software metrics, code refactoring. Estimating efforts. Maintenance and reusability. Software quality. (PA017)
  2. Information security. Audit, security management, risk management, countermeasures. Safety evaluation, evaluation criteria and processes. Standards in IT security and cryptography, legislation related to cryptology. Digital signature - construction, legislation, public key management, certification authorities and public key infrastructure. User authentication in computer systems - secret information, tokens, biometrics. Identification systems and identity management. (PA018, PV079)
  3. Statistics. Descriptive statistics (position and variability characteristics, order statistics, association statistics, related charts). Discrete and continuous random variables (NV). Random choose. Parametric Probability Models (Distribution) NV. Central limit theorem. Credibility principle, point and interval estimates. Statistical inference - hypothesis testing, significance level, reliability coefficient. Testing hypotheses on one sample, two samples, more than two samples (including single-sample, two-sample and paired t-tests, ANOVA and post-hoc tests), good fit tests. Linear regression model. (MV013)
  4. Database. Management of relational database systems, terminology, principles. Data representation and storage. Query evaluation and optimization, statistics, table splitting. Indexing and hashing, indexing for multiple attributes. Transaction processing, recovery. Security, access rights, SQL attacks. (PA152)
  5. Basics of management. Basics of management analysis (PESTE, SWOT, 6C). Interest groups and their interests. Management by competence, theory of vitality. Strategic orientation of the company and planning. Evaluation of people and motivation. Strategic management, synergy and its role in management and leadership. Risk management and its principles. (PA182, PV215, PV237, PV271)
  6. Project management. International project management standards. Project, program, portfolio (PPP). Life cycle of IT projects. Process groups in the project. Project planning. Calculation of project costs. Gantt charts and project milestones. Network Analysis, Critical Path Method (CPM), Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT). Project quality assurance, testing, review, measurement and standards. (PA179)
  7. IT services management. Principle, processes, outsourcing. Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL), basic concepts, service infrastructure management. (PV203)
  8. Communication. Communication theory. Moderation techniques. Learning levels, knowledge, skills, attitudes. Active listening. Human-centered communication. Groups and teams, group process, team building, separate teams. Conflict management and transformation. (PV206)

Specialization - Cyber Security Management

  1. Coding theory. Fundamentals of coding theory, Shannon theorem. Entropy. Generating true- and pseudo-random sequences. Cryptographic protocols, key setting methods, zero-knowledge protocols. Quantum cryptography. IV054, PV079
  2. Symmetric and asymmetric ciphers. Principles of symmetric block encryption algorithms (Feistel ciphers, DES, AES) and asymmetric algorithms (RSA, Diffie-Hellman, DSA / ElGamal). Factorization and prime number testing. Principles of hash function construction. Elliptic curve cryptosystems. (PV079)
  3. Application encryption. Application of symmetric block encryption algorithms - integrity and confidentiality, modes of operation. Application of other symmetric algorithms. Application of hash functions, MAC. Hybrid cryptosystems. (PV079)
  4. Attacks on cryptographic systems and protocols. Use of hardware to protect sensitive / cryptographic data and its operations. Smartcards and their role as a security mechanism. (PV204, PV079, PA197)
  5. Management of cyber security. Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT), its role and services. Incident handling. Cautions and warnings. Penetration testing. Honeypots. Network security monitoring - packet and flow analysis. Digital forensic investigation. (PV210, PA211, PV177)
  6. ICT law, cyber crime and cyber security. Responsibilities of Internet service providers (eCommerce Directive), Internet jurisdiction, software copyright protection, software patent protection, software licensing (including open source), privacy, privacy, cyber security law (NIS Directive, cyber law cyber crimes (Budapest Treaty). PrF: BVV03K, PrF: BVV14K, PrF: BI301K

Specialization - Management of software systems development

  1. System verification and assurance. Principles, advantages, disadvantages and limitations of methods for testing systems without knowledge of code and other techniques for formal verification of computer systems such as symbolic execution, model validation for LTL and CTL formulas, bounded model validation, transition system abstraction and CEGAR method. (IA169)
  2. Distributed systems. Basic concepts, principles. The difference between centric and distributed system architecture. Virtualization, horizontal / vertical scalability. Data sharding, high-availability. Examples of existing technologies and their use. Web services, implementation example (SOAP / WSDL / REST). (PA053)
  3. Computer networks. Concepts, principles, architecture. OSI model, Internet protocols, static and dynamic routing. Basic computer network services, network security. Security in system sessions (SSL, SSH, IPSec, WEP, WPA, Kerberos) and Internet environment. Security in SOA, security of web services. (PA151, PA159, PA191, PA197)
  4. Object methods of system design. Design patterns. Software architectures. Component interfaces, signatures and service constraints, OCL. Component systems and models, quality aspects of services (QoS). Object methods of software development, RUP. (PA103)
  5. Business applications. Basic concepts of software architectures. Layered architecture of modern information systems, model-view-controller. Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). Deployment. Basic concepts of cloud computing. Object-relational mapping (ORM) in business applications. Design patterns in large enterprise systems (Data Transfer Object (DTO), Data Access Object (DAO), Facade, Dependency Injection (DI)). (PA165)
  6. Applied information systems. Information systems and their role in management, their goals, problems of analysis and design. IS in production, state administration, health care. Geographic IS. (PV028)

Specialization - Service Development Management

  1. Basics of service systems. Dominant service logic, differences from dominant product logic. System of services, its elements and relations. Collaboration and dual service system. Value offer and co-creation of value, mention-use principle. Basic approaches to information, information gap and moral hazard, solutions, information asymmetry. Application of service science in information gap problem. (PA194)
  2. Modeling of information systems. Modeling of system structure and behavior. Decomposition and balancing of information systems models. Time dimension modeling. Mind maps and work-breakdown structures (WBS). UML, usage case diagrams, class diagrams and interaction diagrams. Process models. State models. Data models and data normalization. (PA116)
  3. IT as a service. Concept of providing IT as a service. Provision of IT services and their models. Four-diamond model. Business model frameworks, Canvas, Lean Canvas, their differences. Service performance, differences in the provision of general and IT services. (PA181)
  4. Business process management. Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN-standard). Business process management system (BPMS), business rules and human tasks in business processes. Relationship between business process management and service oriented architecture. (PV207)
  5. Computer networks. Concepts, principles, architecture. OSI model, Internet protocols, static and dynamic routing. Basic computer network services, network security. (PA151, PA159, PA191)
  6. Basics of economics. Financial background of providing services, financial management, profitability. Basic key indicators, return on investment, return on equity (ROE), return on assets (ROA), return on sales (ROS). Financial management in information systems. Reasons of need of IS for management, their goals, problems of analysis and design. Functions of public sector, eGovernment, principles of taxation. (PV241, PV118, PV028, PV045, PV242)
  7. Marketing of services. Fundamentals of marketing, understanding services, markets, products and customers. Cooperation with customers. Win-win strategy. Marketing mix, types and their differences. Relationship marketing. Marketing research, quantitative and qualitative methods. (PV240)