• Comparative Analysis between Three Open-source of Network Intrusion Detection System
    on March 10, 2021 at 12:00 am

    Comparative Analysis between Three Open-source of Network Intrusion Detection System H.Eljawhry, Duaa Many companies offer IT services to the public. Most of those services must be protected. The amount of computer threats are increasing rapidly and many attacks can be generated. Companies that can buy expensive security tools to protect their information may not face any problems. Nevertheless the problem with the companies that do not have the budget to buy expensive security tools. An open-source tools gives the ability to those companies that do not have the resources or the budget to buy expensive security tools, to have a protector to secure its information, where it is available free of cost. An intrusion detection system is a widely known security tool. It could either be downloaded from the web as an open-source solution, or be bought as a payment solution. Snort, Bro, and Suricata are three examples of open source network intrusion detection systems. By studying Snort, Bro, and Suricata and comparing them based on the operating system ability, installation, IPv6 support, multi-thread, and much more; companies will know which tool that is suitable to their network.

  • Empirical Study of Telemedicine Readiness in the Healthcare Sector in Benghazi
    on March 9, 2021 at 12:00 am

    Empirical Study of Telemedicine Readiness in the Healthcare Sector in Benghazi Mohammed Altoil, Anas ABSTRACT Healthcare providers have reasons to consider Telemedicine technologies when determining the best practices for service provision. The use of such technologies in developing countries is still limited and it is important to examine the Readiness to Telemedicine solutions at an organisational level in developing countries such as Libya in order to adopt it and thus provide healthcare services. Therefore, a model was proposed and validated to assess Telemedicine Readiness in Libya from the healthcare providers’ perspective. Healthcare providers’ operational capability and Telemedicine outcome expectations were also investigated. The results highlight that the level of Telemedicine Readiness could be influenced by various health-specific organisational factors including organisational capabilities and resources. The findings of this research are that various organisational factors have an impact on Telemedicine Readiness and thus on the implementation of such technology including healthcare providers’ human resources, IT infrastructure, perceived ease of use and healthcare providers’ prospective. Keywords: Telemedicine, Technology Acceptance, Healthcare Services, Readiness, Developing Countries, Benghazi.

  • Assessment of knowledge about bio banking among healthcare students and their willingness to donate bio specimens
    on March 7, 2021 at 12:00 am

    Assessment of knowledge about bio banking among healthcare students and their willingness to donate bio specimens zakaria elturki, Tameem One of the major outcomes of the Human Genome Project (HGP) is the advancement of biobanks, which are collections of bio specimens from patients and volunteer donors combined with their personal information, and even research data (1,2). In the postgenomic era, Therefore, biobanks are considered the primary resource that will help shape the future of human health through precision medicine. thus, precision medicine can be defined as the right treatment for the right patient at the right time.

  • Barriers Associated With the Implementation and Adoption of Electronic Health Records (Ehrs) At Alkiesh Polyclinic in Benghazi
    on January 1, 2020 at 12:00 am

    Barriers Associated With the Implementation and Adoption of Electronic Health Records (Ehrs) At Alkiesh Polyclinic in Benghazi Faraj El-harish, Salma Background: In the course of the last 20 years, a visible advance in information technology have been recognized particularly in the area of health. Electronic health records is one of the many enlargements, it's considered as a computerized system to store display and collect patient information although with the many advantages there's many barriers that effect the implementation phase. Such barriers can be social, technical, financial, organizational or even legal.