2nd International Conference on

Anti-Cyber Crime ICACC

King Khalid University, Abha, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

26 to 27 March 2017

conf.kku.edu.sa/icacc

 

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The Organizers

KING KHALID UNIVERSITY (KKU)

King Khalid University is a Saudi Arabian Government University established under the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), located at Abha in the Asir Province of south-west Saudi Arabia. On 26 July 1998, King Saud University and Imam Muhammad ibn Saud Islamic University merged to became King Khalid University. KKU is a rapidly growing institution of higher education in Saudi Arabia. It is one of the biggest centers of learning in the Middle East region with a reputation as a major provider of both further and higher education. (More :Please provide Href:www. kku.edu.sa)

 

GENERAL DIRECTORATE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Since technology has become one of the most important features of communities and a basic standard on which the degree of progress and development of nations is measured, King Khalid University (KKU) has started depending on technology in proceeding most of its transactions and services. The starting point was in 1998, paving the way to critical steps and practical reflection to the increasing needs and launching wider and comprehensive applications. So, it was necessary, at that stage, to determine a specific entity to shoulder the mission of building, managing, and developing an integrated information system that could secure the necessary reference for policy and decision-making and could contribute to raising and improving the level of efficiency and effectiveness in all areas of technology. First, exactly in 2008, that entity was established under the name of "the Department of Computer and information systems'. It remained under this name till the issuance of his Excellency the Rector's resolution to change the name of the department into "The General Directorate of information Technology". In a short time, the Directorate was able to convert from the traditional paper system to a modern electronic one. Moreover, the Directorate, with all its sections, has sought to depend on electronic transactions by developing a set of information systems that have contributed significantly to saving time and effort. More ( Click here )

 

 

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