News Zarqa University Participates in the Electronic Vision Conference for Cybersecurity
Zarqa University Participates in the Electronic Vision Conference for Cybersecurity
Date 30-11-2023

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Zarqa University participated in the third session of the Electronic Vision Conference on Thursday, 11/30/2023, under the patronage of the Director of the National Center for Cybersecurity, Engineer Bassam Al-Maharmeh.

Students and staff from the Faculty of Information Technology participated, as well as numerous Jordanian universities, companies and specialists in this field from the public and private sectors.

The conference presented the most important topics related to cybersecurity, including the opportunities and challenges facing this sector, globalization, cybercrime, and modern espionage systems.

 In turn, the Dean of the Faculty of Information Technology, Professor Dr. Muhammad Hassan, said that the aim of faculty members and students participating in such conferences is to increase cyber awareness, learn about global experiences and success stories in this field, and increase knowledge in ways and means of achieving cyber security and interaction between participants specialized in the Cyber security.

The vice Dean of the faculty of Information Technology, Dr. Hail Khafaja, and the Head of the Cybersecurity Department, Dr. Muhammad Rasmi, discussed with the specialists the importance of raising awareness of cybersecurity and being aware of the most common cyberthreats and ways to deal with them.

On the sidelines of the conference, a meeting was held for the participating team from the university with the director of the National Center for Cybersecurity, in which both sides stressed the importance of the partnership between the university and the center in developing and qualifying cybersecurity students in various fields within the study plan to keep pace with the labor market. 

Zarqa University is one of the first Jordanian universities to sign cooperation agreements with both the public and private sectors, led by the National Center for Cybersecurity