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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ramilya Yanakaeva
Software Development for the search of the Optimal Method of an Information System\'s User Authentication
Applied Informatics
(Bachelor’s programme)
7
2017
The main purpose of this thesis is software development for the implement of the optimal method of an information system's user authentication search. In the paper three basic methods of authentication are discussed in detail. A comparative analysis is conducted on the basis of which the strengths and weaknesses of the methods are determined. To assess the security threat, the types of security breaches, as well as their potential, are analyzed. In addition, the criteria for evaluating user authentication methods are determined, on the basis of which the mathematical model for solving the problem is constructed. The final stage of the work is the creation of software that can evaluate the current method of a specific system and implement the search for the optimal method for an arbitrary system, taking into account the user's preferences.

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