Dr Haider M. al-Khateeb
PhD BSc(Hons) FHEA CEH
Dr al-Khateeb specialises in Cybersecurity, Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR), he is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) and holds a first-class BSc (Hons) in Computer Science, and PhD in Cybersecurity. Haider is a Senior Lecturer and conduct his research at the Wolverhampton Cyber Research Institute (WCRI), University of Wolverhampton.
Haider has delivered a range of hand-on technical training on topics such as Ethical Hacking as part of a proactive approach to protect computer systems. He has many years of experience with Transnational Education (TNE) as a Link-coordinator of franchised courses and a flying faculty team, supported MSc programmes at Northumbria University, as well as delivering Executive Master's degrees in Cybersecurity through leading IT training providers in the UK such as QA Ltd. Earlier in his career, he was a lecturer at the School of Computer Science and Technology, University of Bedfordshire.
He has published numerous professional and peer-reviewed articles. His research interests include User Authentication Methods, Distributed Digital Forensics and Remote Incident Response and Security for Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS). Additionally, Haider is interested in multiciliary projects to mitigate cyber-related challenges such as online anti-social behaviour. By the end of 2017, Haider has supervised 30 BSc final year projects, 51 MSc dissertations and 1 PhD to successful completion.
His interest in a broad range of collaborative activities has led to work with national and international researchers to publish in leading journals and to write proposals addressing funding calls, in total he has assisted in the generation of over £1m. Within his area of expertise, he has also worked with new businesses, SMEs to launch new products, and co-authored a book in 2015 that was produced in partnership with the Police to provide practical guide to victims of Cyberstalking.
His quality work has attracted various awards, recent recognitions include a Best Conference Paper Award in 2016, nomination by Northumbria SU to a Student Led Teaching Award in 2017 and a University of Bedfordshire Achievement Award in 2016.
When Haider has free time, he enjoys reading, coding, jogging, swimming, playing football and travelling.
If you are an active researcher, or a candidate PhD/MSc by research student, or representing a company looking for innovation, get in touch: H.Al-Khateeb@wlv.ac.uk
Some other information and links can be found on my personal pages at: http://blog.hakzone.info