NTI cooperates with Ahram-Canadian University to organize the 2nd International Conference on Cybercrime & Information Security

December 1st, 2010

 

The Second International Conference on Cybercrime & Information Security was organized on the period from 1st to 2nd December, 2010 cooperatively between the National Telecommunication Institute (NTI), Cairo University and The Ahram Canadian University. The Conference took place at the NTI headquarters in Smart Village.

 

Under the auspice of

Prof. Dr. Tarek Kamel,Minister of Communications & IT.
Prof. Dr. Fathi Saad,Governor of 6th October Governorate.
Prof. Dr. Hossam Kamel,President Cairo University.
Prof. Dr. Abdul-Moniam Said,CEO of Ahram Establishment.


Honorary Conference Chair
Prof. Dr. Farouk Ismail,
President of Ahram-Canadian University.
 
Conference Chair
Prof. Dr. Gamal Darwish,
Dean of Faculty of Comp. Sc. & IT-ACU.
 
 
Conference Secretary General
Prof. Dr. Ahmed El-Sherbini,
Deputy Minister of MCIT & Director of NTI.

Computer security has become a legal and a technical issue of crucial importance for many organizations and the Government. It will only become more important with new regulatory security mandates, emerging civil liability theories and National security concerns. There are legal strategies and actions, which can and should be taken to manage security compliance and risks, but too few lawyers and executives even recognize the problems. Information security means protecting information and information systems from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification or destruction On this basis, the Faculty of Computer Science & IT at Al-Ahram Canadian University in Egypt in a cooperation with Cairo University, and National Telecommunication Institute, is calling for papers to be submitted to conference on Cybercrime & Information Security which addressing theoretical, empirical and policy issues related to this theme.

  • Intellectual Property
  • Litigation
  • Internet Law
  • Intrusion Detection and Prevention
  • Cryptographic Protocols & Biometrics
  • Information Hiding and Watermarking
  • Risk, Response and Recovery
  • Identity and Trust Management
  • Laws, Investigations
  • Forensics & Ethics
  • Prof. Dr. Hussein Mouftah, U. of Ottawa, Canada
  • Prof. Dr. Mohamed Tolba, Ain Shams University
  • Prof. Dr. Ikram AbdelGaouad, Ministry of Comm. & IT
  • Prof. Dr. Abdel-Badie Salem, Ain Shams University
  • Prof. Dr. Sanaa Hanafy Ahmed, Cairo University
  • Prof. Dr. Sultan Eljahdali Taief Univ. Saudi Arabia
  • Prof. Dr. Nabil El Kadhi, PolyTech Univ., France
  • Prof. Dr. Narayan Debnath, Minesota State Univ., USA
  • Prof. Dr. Gamal Osman, Egyptian Security Establishment
  • Prof. Dr. Reim Bahgat, Cairo University
  • Prof. Dr. Reda Amar, Conceited Univ., USA.
  • Prof. Dr.El-Ghazali Talbi, INRIA, France
  • Eng. Magdi Khairlaah, DMS
  • Prof. Dr. Boutheina Ben Yaghlane, LARODEC, Tunisie
  • Prof. Dr. Faouzi Bouslama, Laval Univ. Canada
  • Prof. Dr. Magdi El-Soudani, NTI
  • Prof. Dr. Aboul-Alla Hasanien, Cairo University
  • Dr. Bahaa Hassan, ASC
  • Dr. Ahmed El-Safie, ACU
  • Dr. Hesham ElBadway, NTI
  • Dr. Mohsen AbdelMineam, NTI
  • Dr. Lubna Fekri, ACU
  • Eng. Maged Safwat, ACU
  • Mr. Ahmed AbdelNaby, ACU
  • Ms. Zainab Reyad, ACU
  • Ms. Sarah Osama, ACU
  • Mr. Ezz Asem, ACU
 
 
 
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