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Security and Software for Cybercafes by Esharenana E. Adomi

By: Adomi, Esharenana E.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Hurshey USA Information Science Reference (IGI Global) 2008Description: 337p.ISBN: 9781599049038.Subject(s): Computer Security | Cyber LawDDC classification: 647.95
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Section I: Cybercafe Security Chapter I: Cybercafe Systems Security Lawan Ahmed Mohammed, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia Chapter II: Computer Security in Cybercafes Oghenevwogaga Benson Adogbeji, Delta State University, Nigeria Chapter III: Enhancing Social Security through Appropriate Cyber Café Security Policy in Nigeria Samuel C. Avemaria Utulu, University of Technology, Nigeria Chapter IV: Cyber Security of Children: Implications for Sub Saharan Africa Stephen M. Mutula, University of Botswana, Botswana Chapter V: Issues, Controversies and Problems of Cybercafes Located in University Campus Henrietta O.C. Otokunefor, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria Hudron K. Kari, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria Chapter VI: Cybercafé Physical and Electronic Security Issues Adetoun A. Oyelude, University of Ibadan, Nigeria Cecilia O. Bolajoko Adewumi, University of Ibadan, Nigeria Chapter VII: Managing Cybercafés: Achieving Mutual Benefit through Partnership Darlington Onojaefe, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, South Africa Marcus Leaning, University of Wales, UK Section II: Cybercafe Software Chapter VIII: Cybercafe Management Software Alexander Ozoemelem Obuh, Delta State University, Nigeria Chapter IX: Software Requirements for Cybercafes Ayotokunbo I. Ajewole, Network Operations Center (NOC), Nigeria Chapter X: Maleware: An Evolving Threat Steven Furnell, University of Plymouth, UK Jeremy Ward, Symantec EMEA, UK Chapter XI: Viruses and Virus Protection in Cybercafes Alexander Ozoemelem Obuh, Delta State University, Nigeria Chapter XII: Virus Phenomena in Cybercafes Garuba Abdul Rahman, University of Benin, Nigeria Chapter XIII: A Case Study on the Selection and Evaluation of Software for an Internet Organization Pieter van Staaden, Media24 Ltd, South Africa Section III: Cybercafes, Cyber Laws, and Control of Cybercrime Chapter XIV: Cyber Laws and Cybercafés: Analysis of Operational Legislation in Some Commonwealth Jurisdictions and the United States Yemisi Dina, York University, Canada Chapter XV: Prevention of Cyber Crime in Cybercafes Ogochukwn Thaddaeus Emiri, Delta State University, Nigeria Chapter XVI: Cybercafes of Nepal - Passage to Cyber Crime? Deepak Rauniar, South Asia Partnership International, Nepal Chapter XVII: Cybercafes and Prevention of Terrorist Activities Esharenana E. Adomi, Delta State University, Nigeria Williams P. Akpochafo , Delta State University, Nigeria Chapter XVIII: Cybercrime Control in Developing Countries’ Cybercafes Stella E. Igun, Delta State University, Nigeria Chapter XIX: Cybercafés and Cyber crime in Nigeria Pereware Aghwotu Tiemo, Delta State University, Nigeria Christiana Uyoyou Charles-Iyoha, Centre for Policy and Development, Nigeria

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