Items where Mentor is "Trček, izr. prof. dr. Denis"
Igor Alfirević (2008) Prototype model of electronic toll system. MSc thesis.
Kristina Batistič (2016) An Overview and Analysis of Android Security. EngD thesis.
Primož Bajželj (2013) Implementing mobile information bussiness solutions in forestry. EngD thesis.
Blaž Berčič (2013) Penetration testing of information systems. EngD thesis.
David Jelenc (2014) Qualitative trust management methods. PhD thesis.
David Jelenc (2009) Trust management in global distributed systems. EngD thesis.
Jernej Kos (2016) Secure and decentralized usercentric network architecture. PhD thesis.
Ivana Kostadinovska (2016) Cloud security - An approach with modern cryptographic solutions. MSc thesis.
Luka Kokalj (2009) Services oriented architectures based on Java EE 5 and WS-BPEL technologies. EngD thesis.
Damjan Kovač (2009) Trust Management in Service Oriented Architectures. PhD thesis.
Matjaž Marolt (2013) Protocols for providing privacy using steganography. EngD thesis.
Zoran Mesec (2009) Social Media and other trends in electronic business. EngD thesis.
Simon Meglič (2009) Web usability factors and usability testing of POTOVANJE.SI portal. MSc thesis.
Matej Pintar (2016) Integration of electronic document management system with other systems in a company. MSc thesis.
Tomaž Paternoster (2016) Transformation of short message service (SMS) messages into digitally signed and time-certified XML messages. EngD thesis.
Aleksander Pejčić (2010) Time stamping authority. EngD thesis.
Peter Mihael Rogač (2012) Developement of Business Applications for SAP R3 System. EngD thesis.
Iztok Starc (2011) Security assurance in networked radio frequency identification system environment. MSc thesis.
Andrej Simčič (2009) Contemporary digital reproduction of electronic music. EngD thesis.
Eva Zupančič (2014) Managing trust in e-environments. PhD thesis.
Eva Zupančič (2009) Managing trust in information systems by using computer simulations. EngD thesis.
Primož Žvanut (2011) Information systems risk management based on network theory. EngD thesis.