سيرتي الذاتية

المعلومات الشخصية:

مكان الميلاد: الرياض

العنوان البريدي: ص. ب 92309 الرياض 11653

البريد الالكتروني: fmalharby@nauss.edu.sa, fmalharby@gmail.com

رقم المكتب: 00966112463444 تحويلة 1422

رقم الجوال: 0553128765

المؤهلات العلمية

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Computer Science, University of Bradford, Informatics Research Institute, Bradford, UK. Title of thesis: Biometric Authentication Systems for Secured e-transactions in Saudi Arabia.

Master of Science (MSc) in Creative Media and Technology with Software Systems for E-business and WWW, EIMC, University of Bradford, Bradford, UK, (Ranking “First” on the class).     Title of Dissertation: Barriers of e-commerce and e-government in Saudi Arabia.

Bachelor of Science BSc. in Computer Science. King Saud University. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 

الخبرات العملية

 

1994-2000, Computer Programmer, The National Center for Financial and Economic Information, Ministry of Finance, Riyadh.

2000-2004, System Analysis, The National Center for Financial and Economic Information, Ministry of Finance, Riyadh.

2004-2006, Post graduate studies, University of Leeds and University of Bradford, UK.

2007-2010, Research Assistant, University of Bradford, UK.

2010-2016, IT Specialist and Content Management System (CMS) Project Manager, The National Center for Financial and Economic Information, Ministry of Finance, Riyadh.

2011-Present, Member of the Committee for Government Procurement of Information Technology, The National Center for Financial and Economic Information, Ministry of Finance, Riyadh.

2016- Present, Assistant Professor and College Council Secretary ,College of Computer and Information Security , Naif Arab University for Security Sciences (NAUSS), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

2016-Present, Member of the Council of Deans.

 

شهادات التقدير و الاستحقاق

2010 A congratulation letter from Minister of Finance Dr. Ibrahim bin Abdulaziz Al-Assaf.

2010 A congratulation letter from HRH Prince Mohammed Bin Nawaf Al Saud, Ambassador of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the UK

2010 Award of Excellence, Saudi Cultural Bureau, London, UK

2009 Award of Excellence, Saudi Cultural Bureau, London, UK

2008 Award of Excellence, Saudi Cultural Bureau, London, UK

 

الدورات و الانشطة التدريبية

Many training courses was attended for example but not limited:

Completion of a workshop on Incident Response & Network Forensics Training Bootcamp (2016).

Certified IT Business Manager ITBMC (2015).

Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) (2015)

Certified completion of the PMP (2013).

Certified Practitioner of Strategic management (2010), SKILLS, UK.

June 8-12, 2009, The 6th International Summer School for advanced Studies on Biometrics for Secure Authentication: Multimodal Systems and Identity Management, Alghero, Italy.

January8-March 28, 2001, Network Administration and Management, University of California, Davis.

April 3-June 1, 2001, Oracle: Database Design, Development and Management, University of California, Davis.

More than ten training courses at Institute of Public Administration (IPA), Riyadh in different topics such as: Pascal, VB, MSAccess, Design and System Analysis, Database design, Quality Assurance.

Many workshops at University of Leeds and University of Bradford in different academic topics such as: Time management, Ethics in research, Endnote, SPSS, AMOS, SEM, Academic writing, Critical analysis, Note-taking and note-making, Confident communication: working with others, Confidence in presentation, Complete presentation skills.

Member and Founder of the Saudi Society for Education and Rehabilitation. (Down syndrome).

A Writer at Al-eqtisadiah الاقتصادية Newspaper, http://www.aleqt.com/author/fahad_alharbi

 

 

 

المساهمات العلمية الدولية

 

Contributed as coordinator and main speaker of “The 2nd Annual forum on Information Security: Challenges, Insights (2016), and Trends”, Naif Arab University for Security Sciences (NAUSS), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Contributed as a main reviewer for “Information & Management Elsevier (Impact Factor: 3.79), from 2012 up to now.

Contributed as a main reviewer for “Electronic Commerce Research and Applications Journal Elsevier (Impact Factor: 1.94), from 2010 up to now.

Member of reviewer board for IAENG International Journal of Computer Science, from 2010 up to now.

Reviewer for research proposal submitted to King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST).

Committee member, The 2013 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Applied Computing (WORLDCOMP) , July 22-25, 2013, Las Vegas, USA.

Contributed as a reviewer to determine the priorities of scientific research, Information System department, College of Computer Science and Information Systems, Al-Imam Muhammad bin Saud Islamic University.

Reviewer, the Second International Conference on Networked Digital Technologies (NDT 2010), Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Prague, Czech Republic.

Contributed as a reviewer for a book published by IGI-global in 2012.

 

عضويات الجمعيات و المنظمات العلمية الدولية

MBCS (member of British Computer Society).

MIEEE (member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers).

MACM (member of Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).

MIADIS (member of International Association for Development of the Information Society).

MIAENG (member of     The        International      Association         of Engineers).

المقرارات الدراسية

Cybercrimes NS 511 Master courses

Biometrics IS 540 Master courses

المساهمات البحثية و العلمية المحكمة

Chapter in Book:

F AL-Harby, R Qahwaji and M Kamala (2012): “End-Users Acceptance of Biometrics authentication Systems in e-transaction: Applying the UTAUT Model Globalization, Technology Diffusion and Gender Disparity: Social Impacts of ICTs, IGI-Global. USA. ISBN: 9781466600201.

F AL-Harby, R Qahwaji and M Kamala (2012). “Towards an Understanding of User Acceptance to Use Biometrics Authentication Systems in E-Commerce: Using an Extension of the Technology Acceptance Model“. In I. Lee (Ed.), Transformations in E-Business Technologies and Commerce: Emerging Impacts (pp. 113-134).

Journal Publications:

F AL-Harby, R Qahwaji and M Kamala: “Towards an Understanding of the Intention to Use Biometrics Authentication Systems in E-Commerce: Using an Extension of the Technology Acceptance Model” International Journal of  E-Business Research(IJEBR), USA, 2010, 6(3):34-55.

F AL-Harby, R Qahwaji: “Cultural Differences in the Adoptions of new secure Authentication technology: A Comparative Study between Saudi Arabia and UKComputers in Human Behaviour an international Journal, Elsevier (impact factor: 1.865), Under Review (accept for second round).

 

Conference Contributions

F AL-Harby, Biometric Authentication for secure e-transactions: Research Opportunities and Trends, The 2nd Annual forum on Information Security: Challenges, Insights (2016), and Trends”, Naif Arab University for Security Sciences (NAUSS), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

F AL-Harby, R Qahwaji, & M Kamala, Users Acceptance of Secure Biometrics Authentication System: Reliability and Validate of an Extended UTAUTModel. The Second International Conference on Networked Digital Technologies (NDT 2010), Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science , Prague, Czech Republic. ISBN: 978-3642142918.

F Al-Harby, R Qahwaji, and M Kamala, “Biometric system characteristics and attitudes towards implement biometrics technology in online banking “ In Proceedings of The 4th Saudi International Conference SIC2010, July 30-31, 2010, University of Manchester, UK.

F Al-Harby, R Qahwaji, and M Kamala, “The effects of gender differences in the acceptance of biometrics authentication systems within online transaction”, CYBERWORLD 2009, Published by IEEE computer society pp. 203-210, September 7 – 11, 2009, Bradford, UK. ISBN: 978-0-7695-3791-7.

F Al-Harby, R Qahwaji, and M Kamala, “The Role of User Self-Efficacy for the Acceptance of Biometrics Fingerprint Authentication System in E-commerce: The Use of UTAUT Model”, In Proceedings of the Saudi International Conference SIC, June 5-6, 2009, University of Surrey, UK. ISBN:978-1-84469-020-6.

F Al-Harby, R Qahwaji, and M Kamala, “Biometrics User Authentication: Is fingerprint recognition the most suitable method for web applications’ security? “ In Proceedings of the Saudi International Conference SIC June 5-6, 2009, University of Surrey, UK. ISBN:978-1-84469-020-6.

F Al-Harby, R Qahwaji, and M Kamala, “Secure Biometrics authentication in e-transaction: A brief review of the literature”. In The 2009 International Joint Conferences on e-CASE and e-Technology. pp 3169- 3175. Singapore. ISBN: 978-986-83038-3-6.

F Al-Harby, R Qahwaji, and M Kamala, “The feasibility of biometrics authentication in e- commerce: user acceptance”, in IADIS International Conference WWW/INTERNET. Isaías,

M.B. Nunes, and D. Ifenthaler, Editors. October 2008, p.p 527-531.IADIS Press: FREIBURG, GERMANY. ISBN: 978-972-8924-68-3.

F Al-Harby, R Qahwaji, and M Kamala, “Biometrics Authentication System for Secured e- transaction: an Empirical Study”, Proceedings of the Ninth Informatics Workshop, pp 42- 45, University of Bradford, UK. ISBN: 9781851432516.

 

Publications in progress:

  1. AL-Harby, User awareness of information quality in e-government systems: A Saudi organization perspective.
  2. Alkhattabi, F. AL-Harby, Investigating the potential of Augmented Reality for teaching Islamic courses.

 

 

Reports and public lectures:

  1. AL-Harby (2012), Critical review of general guidelines for the development of government payment programs, Ministry of Finance.
  2. AL-Harby (2012), Ways to address the weaknesses noted by the United Nation reports for the e-government and e-readiness in Saudi Arabia, Ministry of Finance.
  3. AL-Harby (2011), Cloud Computing: The next stage in the evolution of IT, Ministry of Finance.

Book Translation:

  1. Alkhattabi, F. AL-Harby (2016), Green Computing: Tools and Techniques for Saving Energy, Money, and Resources. Bud E. Smith, King Abdullah Institute for Translation and Arabization, Imam Muhammad bin Saud Islamic University.

 

مجالات الاهتمام العلمية و البحثية

IT Acceptance and Adoption.

E-transactions, E-business and Internet Banking Technologies.

Cybercrimes

User Authentication and Security and Biometrics Technology.

IT Strategies and Management.

Content Management System.

Research Methodology.

Risk management.

Planning and Organizing.