Saad Amin

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In the context of e-health, professionals and healthcare service providers in various organisational and geographical locations are to work together, using information and communication systems, for the purpose of providing better patient-centred and technology-supported healthcare services at anytime and from anywhere. However, various organisations and(More)
The Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) is used by computers to map network addresses (IP) to physical addresses [MAC] and we can't imagine a communications between networks without the support of ARP protocol. However, ARP had been misused by many malicious hosts for illegitimate penetration; ARP Spoofing is one example for such illegal access. ARP Spoofing(More)
In order to realise the goals of e-Health, future e-Health systems will require the capability to support patients’ information management and medical decision making in an open and dynamic ubiquitous medical environment. Such an environment will be knowledge-rich, and sensitive and responsive to the needs of patients, and will allow effective(More)
Increased competition, changing technology, and process re-engineering have changed the traditional employees' practice and capability. To meet such demands, organizations and businesses are relying on Information and communication technology (ICT) to monitor and improve employee performance and productivity. In this paper we examine the influence of(More)
This paper investigates the effect of common network attacks on the performance, and security of several biometric readers. Experiments are conducted using Denial of Service attacks (DoSs) and the ARP cache poisoning attack. The experiments show that the tested biometric readers are vulnerable to DoS attacks, and their recognition performance is(More)