Prof. Eric Amankwa

PhD., M.Sc. ICT, B.Sc ICT  
Position: Ag. Dean of F.S.T, Associate Professor
Faculty: Faculty of Science and Technology
Department: Information and Communication Technology
Campus: Okwahu
Location: FF13, New Block
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Email: amankwa@presbyuniversity.edu.gh
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Brief ProfileA researcher, author and lecturer with several years of experience. He has authored two books: Assessment of security controls and, Mobile and web applications support systems, which are performing creditably well on the international market.
Research Interests:

  • information security education
  • information security awareness
  • Information security Management
  • Information systems security
  • Digital forensics
Publications and Conferences1. Amankwa, E, & Devine, S.N.O. (2015). Information security education in Ghana: a pragmatic analysis of the gap between industry and academia. Proceedings: African Conference on Information Systems & Technology (ACIST), Accra

2. Amankwa, E., Loock, M. & Kritzinger, E. (2014): A conceptual analysis of information security education, information security training, and information security awareness definitions. Proceedings of the 9th International conference for internet technology and secured transactions (ICITST), London.3. Amankwa, E. (2013): A Reliable Computerized Accounting Information System; what security controls are required? International Journal of Research in Computer Application and Management, Volume No.3, Issue No. 3 p. 125 – 131

4. Amankwa, E. (2013): Factors Affecting Applicability of Security Controls in Computerized Accounting Systems, International Journal of Research in Commerce, IT & Management, Volume No.3, Issue No. 4 p. 120 – 127

5. Amankwa, E. and Kevor, M.O., (2013): Overcoming the Perceived Barriers of Ecommerce to Small and Medium scale Enterprises in Ghana – A Proposed Model, International Journal of Research in Commerce, IT & Management, Volume No.3, Issue No. 5 p. 129 – 137

6. Amankwa, E. and Kevor, M.O., (2013): An e-3 Value Model for Assessing E-Commerce Partnership Profitability to SMEs In Ghana. International Journal of Research in Commerce, IT & Management, Volume No.3, Issue No. 7 p. 147 – 153