Fungai Shava

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Staff Details

Telephone Number: 
+264 61 207 2510
Email: 
fbshava [at] nust [dot] na
Office Location: 
4th Floor, Poly Heights
Qualification: 
PhD. IT (NMMU), M.Sc.: Comp. Sci. (UZ), B.Sc.: Comp. Sci. & Math. (UZ)
Professional Membership: 
ACM and IEEE.
Specialisation: 

InfoSec, USec, UX, HCI

Research Interest: 
InfoSec, USec, UX, HCI, ICT4D in underserviced communities
Selected Publications: 

Book chapter Bhunu Shava, F., & van Greunen, D. (2015). Developing user security metrics towards awareness creation (Chapter 10). In J. Steyn, & D. van Greunen, ICTs for Inclusive Communities in Developing Societies (pp. 201-224). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Conferences

Nghihalwa, E., & Bhunu Shava, F.(2018). An assessment of cloud computing readiness in the Namibian government Information Technology departments. To be presented at the 19th IEEE Mediterranean Electrotechnical Conference (IEEE MELECON ’18) in Marrakesh, Moroccco. 2-7 May 2018.

Erastus, L. R., Jere, N. R., & Bhunu Shava, F. (2017). A Security Model for Namibian Government Services. In P. Cunningham, & M. Cunningham (Ed.), IST-Africa 2017. Windhoek: IST-Africa 2017 Conference Proceedings, IIMC International Information Management Corporation.

Musarurwa, S., Gamundani, A. M., & Bhunu Shava, F. (2017). A Review of Security Challenges for Control of Access to Wi-Fi Networks in Tertiary Institutions. In P. Cunningham, & M. Cunningham (Ed.), IST-Africa 2017. Windhoek: IST-Africa 2017 Conference Proceedings, IMC International Information Management Corporation.

Pahla, C., Bhunu Shava, F., & Muyingi, H. N.-N. (2017). Analysis of group mobility for opportunistic campus network. IEEE Tensymp. Cochin, Kerala: IEEE. doi:978-1-5090-6255-3/17/

Tjirare, D., & Bhunu Shava, F. (2017). Gap Analysis of the ISO/IEC 27000 Standard Implementation in Namibia. IST-Africa, 2017. Windhoek: IST-Africa 2017 Conference Proceedings, IIMC International Information Management Corporation.

Tjirare, D.J., & Bhunu Shava, F. (2016). Security Policy Adoption Framework For Security Standards Implementation In Namibia. In Conference Proceedings of the International Con-ference on Culture & Computer Science 2016 (ICCCS2016 ) held in Windhoek (25-28 Octo-ber, 2016) pp. 98-99.

Gamundani, A.M., Nhamu, I., Bhunu Shava, F., & Bere, M. (2015). Social networking as both a cause for concern and a window for hope - A focus on child online protection in Namibia (ACCC2015), Port Elizabeth, 3-5 November 2015.

Erastus, L., Jere, N.R., & Bhunu Shava, F. (2015). Multimodal Biometrics for better security: A case of Namibian Government Departments. Natitonal Research Symposium, Hilton Hotel: Windhoek.

Erastus, L. R., Jere, N. R., & Bhunu Shava, F. (2015). Exploring Challenges of Biometric Technology Adoption:A Namibian Review (ETNCC2015). International Conference on Emerging Trends in Network and Computer Communication (pp 91-94). Windhoek: IEEE Xplore.

Bhunu Shava, F. and van Greunen, D.  (2014). Designing user security metrics for a security awareness at Higher and Tertiary institution. Proceedings of the 8th International Development Informatics Association conference (IDIA 2014). Port Elizabeth. ISBN: 978-0-620-63498-4, 280-296

Bhunu Shava, F. and van Greunen, D.  (2013)Factors affecting user experience with security features: A case study of an academic institution in Namibia, IEEE, doi 978-1-4799-0808-0/13. Presented at ISSA 2013 (International Information Security South Africa Conference)

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