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Cybersecurity Week 2023, and Symposium on E-commerce and Cybersecurity Sec 2023

University of Sharjah 1 MAR 20239 AM

Experts from different academic fields gathered at the third symposium on E-Commerce and Cybersecurity to discuss the latest trends and innovations in these fields. The event was part of the Cybersecurity week and was held over two days and included keynote speeches, workshops, panel discussions, and a student competition.

On the first day, Professor Sakir Sezer from Queen's University Belfast in the UK delivered a keynote speech titled "DPU Technology – Redefining next generation Datacenter Security." He discussed the importance of this technology in ensuring data center security in the face of increasingly sophisticated cyber-attacks. Professor Xiaohui Yuan from the University of North Texas in the USA also gave a keynote speech on "Urban Intelligence toward E-Commerce" and discussed how this concept had the potential to revolutionize e-commerce.

The first day also included a workshop on Cybersecurity and E-commerce Applications, where faculty members from various colleges delivered speeches on their research in these fields. The day ended with announcing the winners of the first student competition on Technology Applications and Innovation 2023 (TAI2023).

The second day started with a panel discussion with the Sharjah Police Academy, which focused on the topic of "توظيف التقنيات الحديثة في مجال الدارسات الشرطية" (Employing Modern Technologies in Police Studies). The panelists discussed the benefits and challenges of using modern technologies in the field of law enforcement and police studies.

Later in the day, there was a seminar presented by Professor Xiaohui Yuan, titled "Diving into scientific research: Secure Your Data and Results." He discussed the importance of secure data storage and management in scientific research and highlighted various methods and tools for protecting research data.

The second day concluded with a meeting with Cyber Wales, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting cybersecurity innovation and collaboration in Wales.​










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