Ishaq O. Alabi

Work place: School of Information and Communication Technology, Federal University of Technology Minna



Research Interests: Computer systems and computational processes, Computer Architecture and Organization, Data Mining, Data Structures and Algorithms


Alabi Isiaq Oludare is a Lecturer of Computer science and Information Technology in the School of Information and Communication Technology at the Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria and a visiting lecturer to some other tertiary institutions. He bagged PhD in Computer science at the University of Ilorin, Nigeria (2018), Master of Information Technology at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, Nigeria (2011) and Bachelor of science in Computer science at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria (1988). His research interests are in Computer networks and communication, data mining, big data and data analytics. He has attended conferences and published many journals in these themes. He is a member of the Computer Professionals Registration Council of Nigeria (CPN). For more information, please click:

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Development of Secure Electronic Cybercrime Cases Database System for the Judiciary

By Olawale Surajudeen Adebayo Joshua Bulus Micah Ganiyu Shefiu Olusegun Ishaq O. Alabi Lateefah Abdulazeez

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Feb. 2022

The recent covid-19 pandemic created a barrier to every activity that needed physical interaction and involvement, especially in the judiciary. Careful research of some courts in Nigeria shown that case records are still been manually processed and stored and some courts operate a semi-digital and semi-manual processing pattern, which also has its own shortcoming of preprocessing manual records and converting them into digital records and physical presence is required to access court records. This research develops a secure electronic Cybercrime Cases Database System (eCCDBS), for prosecuted cybercrime in the judicial service in Nigeria. The system will provide an efficient method for collecting, retrieving, preserving, and management of court case records. The Rapid Application Development (RAD) methodology is used for the system development, because of its speed and time friendliness and can be easily restructured to meet the client’s requirement at any point in time during the development life span. RAD can also present a prototype of the final system software to the client. Access control mechanism and secure password hashing were used to ensure the security of the system. The system was implemented and evaluated through deployment and found to have functioned according to the specification. The application subunits of records’ creation, submission, modification, deletion, retrieval, and storage functioned effectively. Hence this system provides a secure online repository specifically for cybercrime case records that have elements of confidentiality, integrity and availability.

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