Abstract: The introduction of new information and communication technology into banking has radically altered the essence and character of banking activity. Alongside the competitive advantages and the direct economic effect of the advent of high-tech innovation in the banking sector, credit institutions are facing a number of challenges, one of them being to ensure the security of their products and related information. The main objective of this research is to elucidate the nature, instances, and methods of managing data security in commercial banks. An emphasis is put on some sources of operational risk in commercial banks which have a direct impact on the potentially growing risk in terms of data security. The research also focuses on the role of bank management in governing that process, as well as the methods and mechanisms for reducing the occurrence of the risk related to information security.
Abstract: The article examines the level of development of the digital economy and information technologies in the Republic of Belarus from the global ratings point of view, identifies the problems of using information technologies in the country's economy and the prospects for the development of the digital economy. Regulatory and legal acts regulating the development of the digital economy and the information society in the Republic of Belarus and in the system of its higher education are considered. On this basis, the directions that presuppose the revision of traditional forms of organization of the educational process in a modern university, the change of content and teaching methods in higher education on the basis of modern information technologies are highlighted.
Abstract: The article studies the development and complexity of information technology (IT). The dependence of modern businesses on the extent and efficiency of applying IT is argued. On this basis, attention is brought to problems related to the orientation of information services (IS) towards the provision of services. Grounds are given that it is based on and is determined by the achievements of IT service management (ITSM). Different approaches to improving IS are presented and the trend towards transforming current IS divisions into ones offering services is outlined.