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The Risks of e-commerce in a Company on the B2B Market
Vrbecký, Tomáš ; Schüller, David (referee) ; Chlebovský, Vít (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the issue of risks associated with e-commerce of a company operating in the B2B market. The introductory part is devoted to a search of marketing issues, where the basics of online marketing tools and services needed for the operation of the e-shop are theoretically substantiated. Thanks to the formulation of the problem, the objectives of the work are set, which include the analysis of risks and the proposal of measures to reduce the probability of these risks. Risk analysis is performed using the FMEA method, as this method can analyze in detail the individual points in groups of problems. The final discussion presents individual proposals for measures, for which the benefits for society are given, as well as a table of estimated costs for these measures.
An Interplay of Narratives: How Do the Czech Journalists Perceive Securitized Disinformation?
Hroch, Jaroslav ; Bahenský, Vojtěch (advisor) ; Střítecký, Vít (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to contribute to theoretically sound concept of Peace Journalism, which combines theoretical foundations from two spheres: conflict and peace studies and media studies. Influence of journalists as intervening force and explaining factor with regard to (violent) conflict is neglected. However, Peace Journalism is not theoretically strong and builds upon dualistic definition vis-á-vis so-called War Journalism. The concept of Peace Journalism has to overcome this delamination in order to reflect theoretical underpinnings of conflict transformation theory and conflict analysis. Moreover, Peace Journalism has to differentiate media according to an involvement of given societies in a conflict. This offers an opportunity to specifically and accurately analyse news coverage of conflicts. Case studies analysing Czech coverage of Cyprus and Nagorno-Karabakh conflicts illustrates this approach. The coverage is essentially flat, distorts a reality of the conflict, pays attention to visual and physical aspects of the conflict and closes the conflicts in arbitrary time boundaries.
Information System Assessment and Proposal of ICT Modification
Ondruch, Lukáš ; Kindlová, Dita (referee) ; Koch, Miloš (advisor)
The bachelor thesis is focused on assessment of the information system of selected company. After a detailed analysis of the company's current information system, the current state and theoretical threats for society are evaluated. Subsequently, proposals for changes to the system are described. The result of the work will be delivered to the management of the company for review and subsequent reflection on changes in the IS.
The proposal of ISMS implementation in the public administration
Štukhejl, Kamil ; Tomáš,, Krejčí (referee) ; Sedlák, Petr (advisor)
This diploma thesis focuses on the implementation of information security management system in the public administration based on ISO/IEC 27000 series of standards. The thesis contains theoretical background, introduction of the organization, risk analysis and a proposal of appropriate measures for minimization of these identified risks. In the end, an implementation plan is proposed including an economic evaluation.
Proposal for the implementation security measures according to ISMS in the company developing financial application.
Bukovský, Luděk ; Vlastimil,, Svoboda (referee) ; Sedlák, Petr (advisor)
The goal of this Master Thesis is a proposal for the implementation security measures in the company developing financial software application focused primarily on the Swiss market. These measures are based on results from present state of security in the company. There are the proposal for the security measures on the risk analysis results which are recommendation of the series of standards ISO/IEC 27000 and should lead to the risk reduction affecting the company.
The fight against terrorism at a national and international level
HOLUB, Michal
Terrorism is a modern and constantly developing problem which has been threatening and noticeably affecting the protected interests and built-up values of states. Terrorist groups strive to spread fear, violence, opinions, and ideas to reach their goals through attacks on the population. Today, even countries that have not faced this threat yet, are confronted with this problem. Modern trends and new technologies along with the migration crisis cause that we face this threat in our homes more than ever before. The upraise of The Islamic State can be considered as a phenomenon of today, which has infected practically whole world and gives a space to various individuals to commit terrorist attacks under the auspices of this organization, or just provides instructions on committing such acts for any reason and with different aims. It is necessary to respond adequately to this threat, and it is necessary not to remain only with regret after every terrorist attack. It is essential to monitor the latest trends in terrorist attacks same as fighting against them, which in consequence will help us to set up operational procedures how to deal with these kind of incidences. There is also a need for a strong political spectrum which understands that these measures will never be profitable or popular, however its necessary it keeps supporting them.
Analysis of the security situation in the European Union for the past 15 years
The aim of this thesis is to analyze the changes in security for the EU over the p?ast 15 years from the perspective of de facto deeds, various strata of the population, and experts. The thesis also considers the influence of other states on EU citizens and evaluation of changes in political argumentation. The method of text analysis was used to achieve this goal; looking at the literature of renowned experts, the analysis of European legislation, and the annual reports of EUROPOL. This thesis contributes to the body of knowledge that examines how the attacks of September 11, 2001, have changed the current state of security measures in the EU. The work provides a chronological view of the period under review. The work also views the time since 2001 as a struggle with the external enemy. Through this evaluation, it is revealed that the enemy is not just external but also internal, as seen in the British attack on London in 2005. After 2010, criminals have increased threats to information and technology. At this time the EU is beginning to face its democratic principles and despite simpler ways to repress crime, these are unacceptable because of the EU's strict human rights principles. The principles (human rights) are emphasized in every document; however, criminals do not respect these principles. The evaluation suggests that the terrorist attacks happening today are occuring more frequently on local citizens. The lone wolf, an Islamic state-motivated individual who uses a simple but effective means, such as car bombings, are happening more often. There is a migration crisis that is exploited by populist groups for their own benefit. The misinformation is used to influence EU public opinion. The EU is facing the simultaneous challenges of combating hybrid threats, threat of misinformation, and terrorism. The EU must convince its own citizens that it is not enemy #1; however, that is very difficult as every mistake is exaggerated and emphasized by the enemy.
Připravenost škol z pohledu objektové bezpečnosti
This bachelor's thesis, titled "Preparedness of schools from the perspective of object security", deals with a current security situation of primary and secondary schools in the Czech Republic, focusing on the preparedness of schools, and the approaches they have taken, from the perspective of object security. Moreover, this analysis reflects past experiences with attacks and refers to historical precedents. Finally, it discusses the current security status of primary and secondary schools. The aim of this thesis is to analyze and evaluate the current state of security at primary and secondary schools, considering past incidents described in the thesis. The theoretical part contains characteristic examples of appropriate security measures in schools - methods of securing schools, definitions of basic security terms, specific threats to schools and possibilities for dealing with them. Furthermore, the analysis of historical examples and specific school attacks by armed attackers are discussed. The practical part focuses on the actual security preparedness of schools and their pedagogical and non-pedagogical staff in terms of protection of pupils from potentials dangers. All information used in the thesis comes directly from primary and secondary school teachers by means of semi-structured interviews.
The threat of terrorism with focus on soft targets
Vrba, Vojtěch ; Fiala, Miloš (advisor) ; Vilášek, Josef (referee)
Title: The threat of terrorism with focus on soft targets Objectives: The main aim of this work is to describe the security issues of terrorism in the Czech Republic with a focus on soft targets. Another aim is to verify whether, according to valid legislation and documents relating to the fight against terrorism in the Czech Republic, the IRS components are prepared to actively face a terrorist attack on their basis and procedure. Methods: The chosen method is the literary search of Czech and foreign literature, legislation on the fight against terrorism at the level of the Czech Republic and the European Union, and internet sources. Determination of the activities of the IRS components during a terrorist attack, protection of soft targets and explanation of the term terrorism, its forms, methods and what types are most commonly used. In particular, it focuses on the legislative framework which, in the event of a terrorist attack, will be instrumental for IRS components and other components subject to this legislation. Results: It has been found that both terrorism and the fight against it are constantly evolving. In the case of terrorist attacks on soft targets, the currently drafted legislation at the level of both the Czech Republic and the European Union and the components of the Integrated...
Terrorism greatest threat of the 21st Century
Jančík, David ; Fiala, Miloš (advisor) ; Vilášek, Josef (referee)
Bachelor thesis title: Terrorism the greatest threat of the 21st century Goal: description of the principle, history and typology of terrorism as a potential threat to critical infrastructure in the Czech Republic Methods: study of literature, analysis and research of literature Results: Terrorism is one of the biggest potential threats to critical infrastructure, because it cannot be easily predicted and it can strike at sensitive and strategic places. Following the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001, many countries have begun to scrutinize the topic and started securing elements of critical infrastructure against undesirable attacks. Keywords: terrorism, threat, safety, society, aggression, religion

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