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In the next issues


In the next issues of FBIM Transactions, among others, we will publish:
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  1. Kamil Boc, Zdenek Dvorak and Zoran Cekerevac
    SECURITY OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES

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  2. Boris Bursac
    ORIGINS AND HISTORY OF ISLAMIC STATE

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  3. Boris Bursac
    TERRORIST ORGANIZATIONS IN SYRIA

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SECURITY OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES

Kamil Boc
Zdenek Dvorak
Zoran Cekerevac

Accepted for publishing: 21.11.2017

Abstract
With the development of computerization, information and communication technologies (ICT) are rapidly penetrating in all areas of human life. The state of information security and security of information systems is at a relatively low level. Threats and risks related to ICT by relevance and severity of possible consequences are most often directed at the state level, somewhat less towards banks, insurance companies, marketing and other companies that have larger amounts of personal data of users. However, small businesses and individuals are also very often exposed to the attacks. The authors analyze the legal environment in the IT sector of the Slovak Republic. After introductory considerations, the paper analyzes the legal regulations of the European Union and, in particular, of the Slovak Republic. The accent was placed on the security standards of the information systems of Slovakia. After that, the technical norms of relevance to the security of information and communication technologies are discussed. The authors dealt with long-term issues of security and the spread of good practice in the protection of property, information and communication systems. The aim of this article is to present the standard security and information systems of the European Union. Based on the research carried out, the authors point out that the goal of the academic environment should be to continuously find solutions to the new and emerging challenges that arise every day. One of the most difficult tasks is the transfer of this new knowledge into the legal framework and technical standards.

Keywords:
security, safety, information and communication technologies, standards, norms, Slovakia

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ORIGINS AND HISTORY OF ISLAMIC STATE

Boris Bursac

Accepted for publishing: 21.11.2018

Abstract
Terrorism as we know today is not a new creation it is hiding in the community in form of tactics, strategies, doctrines, methods and means around which only a consensus is needed to reach the light of the day. While some see terrorism as a crime, others describe it as a sacred duty, and as long these two sides exist terrorism will flourish. Terrorists today are better trained and better equipped therefore elusive as never before, this fact has led that this phenomenon rapidly expanding and reaching the whole planet. Inadequate and above all the non-unified terminological definition of terrorism as a concept contributes to this prevalence. Although the world community agree that terrorism is a global evil and terrorist organizations are characterized as criminal, the global power centers utilize this confusion and use terrorism to achieve their own interests. The headquarters of terrorist activities in accordance with those interests have now been stationed in the Middle East and in a multitude of terrorist organizations, one has emerged as a leading one known as Islamic state.

Keywords:
Terrorism, Ansar al Islam, Salafism, Wahhabism, Islamic State

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TERRORIST ORGANIZATIONS IN SYRIA

Boris Bursac

Accepted for publishing: 27.11.2018

Abstract
For the past hundred years, Syria has been a synonym for turbulent events, political turmoil, and wars, so we can say that the current situation that has hit Syria is not surprising. The conflict that began in the form of the demonstration in the 2011-th , or, in the form of a sort of conflict of power and opposition, grew into an armed conflict with more than 200,000 dead and 10,000,000 displaced persons. As a result of such a chaos from the "pandora's box" Islamist terrorist organizations have gone out, which lead to misery and poverty, unemployment, political chaos, destabilization, violence, massacres, fighting anytime and anyplace in every city, village, hamlet, therefore, the situation of a general chaos where end of conflicts is not yet seen. It all began with the so-called "Arab Spring" in Tunisia, to expand later to Egypt, Libya, Bahrain, Syria, Yemen, Algeria, Iraq, Jordan, Morocco, Oman and other countries where conflicts were of lesser intensity. The aim of this research is the idea to provide the necessary knowledge stemmed from an extensive analysis, primarily ideological, political, sociological point of view or the point of view of terrorist organizations on the territory of Syria and that the best way to enable true sense of understanding of their business and their great influence on the development of terrorism in general.

Keywords:
Terrorism, Al Nusra, Ahrar al-Sham, Liwa al-Tawhid, Liwa al-Haqq, Syrian Islamic Front

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