Dec'21


The IUP Journal of Information Technology

ISSN: 0973-2896

A 'peer reviewed' journal indexed on Cabell's Directory, and also distributed by EBSCO and Proquest Database

It is a quarterly journal that publishes research papers on emerging tools, technologies and paradigms relating to various aspects of IT; Programming and Testing tools; Multimedia tools; Image processing and Communication; Neural networks; Big Data, Data Science; Data Analytics; Cognitive Technologies, Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing and Edge Computing; E-Commerce; Cyber Security; 5G Technology, Mobile Applications etc.

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Detection of Phishing Activities Using Optimized Neurofuzzy System
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Structural Coexistence of Organization's Line of Control and Line of Transformation to Sustain Rapid Culture Change in Digital Age: A Review
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Contents : (Dec'2021)

Detection of Phishing Activities Using Optimized Neurofuzzy System
Agwi Uche Celestine, Imhanlahimi R E and Bernard Olorunfemi Paul

Phishing is common with websites pertaining to scholarships, grants, recruitment, auction and online payment platforms. The attackers create fake websites that replicate the legitimate ones by cloning or by editing the html codes of the target legitimate websites. When victius seek resources available on these websites they are possibly redirected to the phishing websites to obtain their sensitive information either for financial benefits or to completely disrupt and halt the information processing system. To tackle such problems, an optimized adaptive machine learning system for detection and classification of phishing websites using feature-based phishing detection approach was implemented. A combination of Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS) and Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) algorithms coined as PSO-ANFIS technique was used. The PSO searches the massive online dataset and real-time network packets to extract features and identify optimal solution (feature selection) for training ANFIS, while Case Base Reasoning (CBR) approach was used to match new instances against instances in the knowledge base. The PSO-ANFIS model was tested using real-time network packet features and dataset available in University of California, Irvine (UCI) data repository. Performance was measured using Root Mean Square Error (RMSE), Precision, Recall and Accuracy and compared with Artificial Neural Network (ANN) and ANFIS. The result from PSO-ANFIS showed significant improvements in prediction capabilities compared to ANN and ANFIS without optimization algorithm. This shows that optimized machine learning such as PSO-ANFIS can address problems of bias, features selection and curse of dimensionality facing existing ML techniques.


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Structural Coexistence of Organization's Line of Control and Line of Transformation to Sustain Rapid Culture Change in Digital Age: A Review
Satish Talikota

The paper shows the importance of insourcing of human resource, learning and development in the organization through a contextual review of the articles on internal efficiency (control) and external effectiveness (transformation) to coexist in the form of Line of Control (LOC) and Line of Transformation (LOT), respectively. The focus is towards the protection of intellectual property of the organization. About five relevant applied papers for 10 LOC and 10 LOT topics were chosen which align with the theme of control and transformation. The findings show that the 10 proven LOC concepts which were considered as organizational transformation essentials until recently, are however, more internal control concepts today. On the other hand, the 10 LOT concepts have emerged as disruptive concepts for organizations to take note, embed in organizational structure and coexist with LOC. The findings recommend organizations to strike a balance between LOC and LOT in the areas such as organizational resource, knowledge, skills and attitude.


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