Head of Department

Tojimatov Dostonbek Khomijon ugli


E-mail: uzbekhack0077@gmail.com

About the department

The rapid development of computer technology has opened up unprecedented possibilities for the automation of mental labor for mankind, which has led to the creation of a large number of various automated information and management systems, the emergence of so-called completely new information technologies. Illegal distortion, falsification, destruction or disclosure of a certain part of information, as well as regulation of its processing and transmission in information management systems to many subjects participating in automated information exchange processes (the state, legal entities and individuals)) causes serious material and moral damage.

The problem of ensuring the security of the subjects of information relations, protecting their legitimate interests when using management and control systems for the information stored and processed in them is exacerbated. The field of activity of any enterprise requires a constant need for specialists who are familiar with the principles of development and application of software, hardware, cryptographic and technical means of protecting information systems and data transmission networks. In addition, the provision of all types of services in electronic form is becoming a requirement of the time. Information security remains a topical issue in these processes.

Since 2016, the Fergana branch of TUIT has been training students in the direction 60610300 (5330300) – “Information Security”. Information security graduates will receive a bachelor’s degree in information security. In 2019, in order to further develop the industry, conduct scientific research, the Department of Information Security was established.

Scientific circles “IT-Step”, “Cyber ​​defenders”, “Digital world” are organized at the department in order to provide students with meaningful leisure and additional education.

Directions taught by the department

  • 60610300 – Information security (ICT and service)
  • 60610500 – Computer engineering (CI, IT service)
  • 60610600 – Software engineering
  • 60611000 – Telecommunication technologies (TT)
  • 60611300 – Vocational education in the field of ICT
  • 60310500 – Digital economy

List of disciplines taught at the department:

  • Fundamentals of cybersecurity
  • Cryptography 1
  • Cryptography 2
  • Network security
  • Cyber ​​Law and Cyber ​​Ethics
  • Management principles
  • Cyber ​​security policy
  • Introduction to information security and risk management
  • 4th year IT / elective subject in the specialty (Intelligence of threats)
  • 4th year IT / elective subject in the specialty (Audit of information systems)
  • 4th year IT / elective subject in the specialty (Database Security)
  • 4th year IT / elective subject in the specialty (Software Security)
  • 4th year IT / elective subject in the specialty (principles of hacking and protection)

Department staff:

  • Tojimatov Dostonbek Khomijon ugli (Head of department)
  • Turdimatov Mamirjon Mirzaevich (associate professor)
  • Okhunov Dilshod Mamatzhonovich (associate professor)
  • Mukhtarov Farrukh Mukhammadovich (associate professor)
  • Mirzaev Jamshid Boymurodovich (assistant)
  • Khudoynazarov Umidjon Umarjon ugli (assistant)
  • Khusanova Mohira Kurbonalievna (assistant)
  • Ganieva Shakhrizod Nurmuhammadovna (assistant)
  • Rakhmatov Rasuljon Ravshanjon ugli (assistant)
  • Yuldashova Khursanoy Khusanboy kizi (Head of Cabinet)

Currently, the department has 9 professors and teachers, including 3 PhD and Ph.D.

Research work of the department

The department conducts research in the field of information security and develops the following competitive technological solutions:

  • “Develop a tool to protect voice information from eavesdropping in public places”;
  • “Information security in fiber-optic communication lines”;
  • “Development of intelligent information systems for cybersecurity using artificial intelligence”;
  • “Development of highly cryptographic algorithms”;
  • “Introduction of international standards in the development of cybersecurity policy”.


A graduate can be a specialist in the field of information security, working in the field of building, researching and operating information security systems and technologies, designing and maintaining networks and communication systems, as well as software development.

Our graduates work as information security specialists in telecommunications and communications enterprises, banking, government and commercial organizations, industrial security expert organizations, departments of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, State Security Service, city and district administrations and others.