Associate Professor, College of Information Technology, United Arab Emirates University
Dr. Ezedin Barka is currently an associate professor at the United Arab Emirates University. He received his Ph.D. in information technology from George Mason University in 2002, where he was a member, and is still associated, with the Laboratory for Information Security Technology (LIST). His current research interests include Access Control, where he published some papers addressing delegation of rights using RBAC. Other research areas include Digital Rights Management (DRM), large-scale security architectures and models, trust engineering, B2C e-commerce, and Network “Wired & Wireless” and distributed systems security. Barka is an IEEE member, member of the IEEE Communications Society and member of the IEEE Communications & Information Security Technical Committee (CISTC). He serves on the technical program committees of many international IEEE conferences such as ACSAC, GLOBECOM, ICC, WIMOB, and WCNC. In addition, he has been a reviewer for several international journals and conferences.
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