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  • Malik F Saleh, Ph.D.

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    Dean of Quality and Accreditation

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    College of Business Administration

    Deanship of Quality & Accreditation

  • Department :

    Quality & Accreditation

    Master in Business Administration (MBA)

Academic Qualification:       
BSc in Computer Science, 1997, (New Jersey City University- U.S.A)
MSc in Computer Science, 1999, (Fairleigh Dickinson University -U.S.A)
P.h.D in Information Systems, 2006, (Nova Southeastern University-U.S.A)
Summary of Experience:
Five years of teaching experience at Fairleigh Dickinson University, U.S.A (1999 - 2003)
Nine years of consultation experience in software development, U.S.A (1997 -2006)
Four years of experience as a business owner of a small IT company, U.S.A (2004 - 2008)

International Peer Review Journals:

  1. Saleh, M. (2018) Malware detection model based on classifying system calls and code attributes: a proof of concept, Int. J. Electronic Security and Digital Forensics
  2. Saleh, M., Daqqa, I., AbdulRahim, M. B., & Sakallah, N. (2018). The effect of cyberloafing on employee productivity. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES, 5(4), 87-92.
  3. Saleh, M. (2016). Implementing enterprise resource planning in Saudi Arabia
    Journal for Global Business Advancement 9 (3), 299-315
  4. Saleh, M.F.; M Abbad, M Al-Shehri (2013). ERP Implementation Success Factors in Saudi Arabia. International Journal of Computer Science and Security (IJCSS) 7 (1), 15-30
  5. Saleh, M.F.; M Abbad, JM Alghazo,  Compliance to the Information Security Maturity Model in Saudi Arabia. Journal of Computer Science and Engineering 15 (1), 9
  6. Saleh, M.F., Software Quality Framework. Journal of Computer Science and Engineering, 2012. 13(2): pp. 10-20
  7. Saleh, M.F., An Agile Software Development Framework. International Journal of Software Engineering (IJSE), 2011. 2(4): pp. 415-436
  8. Abbad, M., R. Abbad, Saleh, M. (2011). "Limitations of e-commerce in developing countries: Jordan case." Education, Business and Society: Contemporary Middle Eastern Issues 4(4): 280 - 291.
  9. Saleh, M.F., The Three Dimensions of Security. International Journal of Security (IJS), 2011. 5(2): pp. 65-74
  10. Saleh, M.F., Information Security Maturity Model. International Journal of Computer Science and Security (IJCSS), 2011. 5(3): pp. 415-436

International Conferences:

  1. Ivanov, V. V., V. N. Korzhova, Saleh, M.F. (2011). Unemployment in USA mathematical modeling. Proceeding of International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Applications (ICTA 2011), Florida, USA, ICTA.
  2. Korzhova, V. N., Saleh, M. F., & Ivanov, V. V. (2011, March 27th - 30th). Mathematical models of information systems developing. Paper presented at the The 2nd International Multi-Conference on Complexity, Informatics and cybernetics (IMCIC), Orlando, Florida.
  3. Saleh, M. F. (2005). Semantic Web Knowledge Management. International Conference on Systems, Computing Sciences and Software Engineering, Bridgeport, CT, IEEE.

ACM Professional Member

Malik Saleh is currently the dean of Quality and Accreditation at Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University (PMU). Malik does research in Computer Security and Reliability, Databases, and Data Mining. Their current project is 'Information Security Maturity Model'.