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Information systems, software architecture and cyber security

Software architecture acts as the blueprint of a software system. It allows the reuse of design components and is vital when performing analyses and implementing improvements. The ability to integrate software into existing architecture is a key skill for anyone designing modern software. This open nature of software architecture has raised the importance of IT security. Keeping users secure is a technical and a business concern; in the event of security problems, the entire organisation is liable to be affected.

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  • Duration of training

    1 day

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What do you learn?

  • You know the basics of cyber security and its principles.
  • You create and analyse architecture for information systems and software.
  • You analyse and optimise the integration of software and system architecture, responding to anything that has the potential to become an issue.
  • You have a thorough understanding of what cyber security means to organisations.
  • You put basic security principles into practice.


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Target group

You are a business analyst, functional analyst, product owner or data architect. Alternatively, you may be involved in business or digital transformation and have a desire to improve your skills in relation to IT systems, software architecture or cyber security.

Required prior knowledge

This training course is taught in English; participants are required to have a suitable level of fluency. There are no other prerequisites.

Overview of the programme

  • Crash course in cyber security
    This course teaches IT security principles that everyone in a company—not just IT personnel—should know and master. Topics include web application security, network security and data privacy regulations.

  • Architecture for the digital Economy (Latest)
    Business architecture is different. Information and data architecture are different. Application architecture is different. Technology architecture is different. Security architecture is different. Application development and DevOps are different. And how they all fit together is different, too. This course covers the architectures' fundamental concepts to enable businesses to compete and sustain in the new digital economy.

  • Application integration fundamentals (January 2021)
    By discussing the foundations of software integration from the perspective of analysts and architects, you develop insight into digital transformation projects, the integration of digital solutions and tools and the new ways and contexts that they work together. At the same time, you’ll see how software architects develop solutions from scratch, using finely grained solutions (such as microservices) that encourage various parts to work together in smart ways.

  • IT infrastructure (May 2021)
    Learn how and why smart investments in hardware, software, network services, and the people who manage them, might make the difference between the success or failure of an organisation.

  • Software architecture (August 2021)
    When carefully thought out and designed, software architecture—a plan of all components and requirements that make up a software system—can provide a strategic advantage. Learn which facets have to be taken into consideration to create strong, reliable and beneficial software architecture.