DIGITAL ECONOMY

AND NETWORKS

24 HOURS

FRENCH

The aim of the Digital Economy and Networking course sessions is to prepare students for different and future professional issues related to IT in the broad sense.

 

The following topics will be covered:

 

  • ICT: presentation of the evolution of the different technologies governing information systems ( content digitization, virtualization, Cloud Computing, SaaS applications, etc.)

  • Computer security: awareness of the main security problems inherent in the use of information systems.

  • Cryptology: popularization of the technical definition of encryption in IT to better understand the encryption and decryption solutions

  • IT in companies: technologies, methodologies (PRA, PCA, etc.), legal framework (LIL, RGPD, etc.)

  • E-business: technologies enabling electronic commerce.

  • Big Data: what it means and how to best protect it.

  • Cryptocurrencies: operation of blockchains and cryptocurrencies.

 

Regardless of the course sessions, students will be asked to conduct research for oral presentation presentations. It is interesting to be able to correlate the knowledge acquired during these course sessions with real and current computer problems.

Borek Boissy is a temporary teacher at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.

He trained as a Computer Engineer and currently works as a Computer Production Engineer in the stock market sector.

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Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

Gestion et Economie d'Entreprise

17, rue de la Sorbonne

75231 Paris Cedex 05

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