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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Tatyana Andriyanova
Monitoring System for Remote Access to Telecommunications Equipment
2017
The work is dedicated to design a monitoring system for remote access to telecommunications equipment. It is necessary to reduce the probability of actual threats in the company technical segment. The object of current research is a provider company, where the system is developing and implementing.

There was made a review of solutions for privileged user control offered on the world market in the process of the work. The analysis became a prerequisite for developing a concept of a new integrated system for access and the privileged user actions control. In particular its structure and step-by-step operation algorithm were developed. The system composition was chosen and the construction and the principle of components interaction were defined. The final stage of the work was the economic practicability assessment of the system implementing. It concludes that a new complex system would pay off within 1 year. It is satisfied the company's policy.

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