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Mr. Henry Osborn QuarshieMr. Henry Osborn Quarshie

(Director: Communication and Strategic Marketing)


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Primary Department: School of Informatics & Engineering

 

 

 

 

Education/Work Experience:

  • PhD MIS , Texila American University, Guyana.( IN PROGRESS)
  • MBA (MIS) university of Ghana, 2002
  • Pg Cert., Cyber Law, Asian School of cyber Laws.India,2010
  • B.A. (HONS) Social Sciences (Econs & Geog), KNUST, 1989
  • Advanced cert in marketing, Chartered Institute of Marketing,1995
  • Advanced cert in leadership Haggai institute. Hawaii. U.S.A. 2014
  • Certificate in Cyber Law, Indian Law Institute, (Deemed University) India  2010
  • Certificate in computer forensics, Quick Heal Technologies (centre for anti-virus Technologies) India, 2008
  • Certificate in project Management, Merjja Technologies, Ottawa, Canada, 2007

 

Brief Biography:

Henry Osborn Quarshie is currently the Director of Communication and Strategic Marketing. Before joining  Regent  in 2008, Henry was a Managing Consultant of  Computer Security centre an ICT consultancy firm, Accra. Henry was involved in the Computerisation and re-engineering  of a number of state and private institutions from 2000-2008.Namely-Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Justice, Ghana Standard Authority, Registrar's General Department, and a number of District Assemblies. Between the years 2003-2006, Henry was a Resource person at the National Banking College, Accra. Where  he trained ICT managers and  staff  of Banks  in Ghana in detecting, protecting and removing  malicious programs in a computer Network and  Computer forensics. In 2013 he had the opportunity to  train  the investigation  staff of EOCO in computer forensics, a World Bank project.

Joining Regent-Ghana, Henry has published ten scholarly research  papers which has received over4,000 citations and 15,000 readings worldwide . Henry is  a committee member, ISO/IEC, in I.T. security techniques and executive member of Information Technology Association of Ghana (ITAG).

 

Courses Teaching/Taught at Regent University:

  • Cyber Law
  • Computer forensics
  • E-Business & Commerce
  • Computer Ethics and Society
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Computer Security
  • Introduction to Information Systems

 

Recent Publications:

  1. The Impact of Computer Technology on the Development of Children in Ghana,  International Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences (E-ISSN 2218-6301/ ISSN 2079-8407), Vol.3 No.5, May 2012.  
  2. The Economic Impact of Computer virus - A case of Ghana. International Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences (E-ISSN 2218-6301/ ISSN 2079-8407), VOL. 3, NO. 8 August, 2012  .
  3. The Level of Usage of Computer and The Internet by Teenage Girls in Ghana. International Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences (E-ISSN 2218-6301/ ISSN 2079-8407), VOL. 3, NO. 8 August, 2012.
  4. The Growth and Usage of  Internet in Ghana. International Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences (E-ISSN 2218-6301/ ISSN 2079-8407), VOL. 3, NO. 9 September, 2012 .
  5. Fighting Cyber crime in Africa. Scientific and Academic publishing. Computer Science and Engineering(Vol.2, No.6, October 2012. 
  6. Ethical challenges in a Computerised Society. International Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences (E-ISSN 22186301/ISSN 2079-8407), VOL. 3, NO. 11 November, 2012
  7. Towards Higher Quality Data: Impact of Perception of Data Quality on IT Investment - Ghana. International Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences (E-ISSN 2218-6301/ ISSN 2079-8407), VOL. 3, NO. 12 December, 2012.
  8. Fighting Cyber crime in Africa- Issues of Jurisdiction.  International Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences (E-ISSN 2218-6301/ ISSN 2079-8407), VOL. 4, NO. 1 January, 2013.
  9. IT Project Failures in Organizations in Ghana. International Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences (E-ISSN 2218-6301/ ISSN 2079-8407), VOL. 4, NO. 1 January, 2013.
  10. Using ICT to fight crime- A case of Africa. International Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences (E-ISSN 2218-6301/ ISSN 2079-8407), VOL. 5, NO. 1 January, 2014.

 

Unpublished Articles

  1. The use of Mobile Phone by Undergraduate Students - A case in Ghana. Texila American University 2015

 

Publication of Books

  1. Cyber Crime in a World without Borders. 2012
  2. Ethical Dilemma in a Computerized society.2012
    Published by LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing GmbH & Co. KG. Germany. Copies could be obtained at, www.Amazon.com

 

Recent Conferences, Presentations etc:

DATE

TOPIC

PARTICIPANTS

VENUE

11th July 2013

Computer Forensics

EOCO STAFF

GIMPA

 

29th Aug 2012

Computer Virus, Myth, Facts and Realities

Institute of Chartered Accountants,

Softshade Hotel. Tema

24th Aug 2011

The new Phase of Cyber crime-Types and Tools used

Institute of Chartered Accountants,

Softshade Hotel. Tema

3rd May 2011

Managing Information Systems and People

IPS  MBA Class

Institute of Professional Studies

4th May 2011

Ethical and Social Implications of Information Systems

IPS  MBA Class

Institute of Professional Studies

15TH -18TH June 2010

Computer Forensics

ICT managers

Ghana Institution of Engineers

4th  Dec 2008

Managing computer virus,spyware&adware

ICT managers of banks in Ghana

Ghana National banking college

3rd April 2008

Managing computer virus,spyware&adware

ICT managers of banks in Ghana

Ghana National banking college

 

27th  Sept 2006

The new Phase of cybercrime-types & tools used

Systems admin, chief executives, journalists and computer users.

 

Ghana-India Kofi Annan centre of excellence in ICT. Accra.

 

 

21st  Sept 2006

 The growing threat of computer virus and spyware

Systems admin, chief executives, journalists and computer users.

Ghana-India Kofi Annan centre of excellence in ICT. Accra.

 

 

 

13th Oct 2004

Turning challenges into opportunities.

SME’S using ICT as a catalyst

Members of Ghana national chamber of commerce and industry.

Museum hall.

Accra

 

 

Participation in ISO/IEC discussions on the following ICT draft documents

  • JTC001-N-10495 - Text of DTR 29162.2, Guidelines for using data structures in AIDC
  • Media
  • JTC001-N-10494 - Text of ISO/IEC DTR 14763-2-1: Information technology-Generic
  • Cabling-Implementation and operation of customer premises
  • Cabling-Identifiers within administration systems
  • JTC001-N-10496 - Text of Fast Track ECMA-TR 101 (2nd Ed) \ ISO/IEC DTR 16167
  • Next Generation Corporate Networks (NGCN) - Emergency Calls
  • JTC001-N-10497- Text of Fast Track ECMA-TR/92 (2nd Ed) \ ISO/IEC DTR 26927
  • Corporate Telecommunication Networks-Mobility for Enterprise Communications
  • JTC001-N-10512- Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF) Application for JTC 1
  • RS Originator Organization (ARO) Status
  • ISO/IEC 15444-1:2004/FDAmd 5 - Information technology-JPEG 200 image
  • Coding system: Core coding system
  • JTC001-N-10525 - Text of DTR 15504-10, Process assessment-Part 10: Safety
  • Extension
  • JTCOO1-N-10535 - Text of DTR 15938-8/AMD 6, Multimedia content description
  • Interface-Part 8: Extraction and matching of video signature tools

 

Memberships of Professional Bodies:

  • International organization for standards, ISO/IEC, in I.T. security techniques (ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 27).
  • National Technical committee for the development of ICT standards. Ghana.
  • Asian Professional Networks
  • Executive Member: Information Technology Association of Ghana (ITAG)