2023-06-29 2023-06-30



Health research is going through a digital revolution linked to the abundance of data and our ability to collect, store and above all process it. digital data are multiplying: health insurance files, causes of death files or files from the national health data system, patient medical files (results of examinations and imaging, surgical reports, therapeutic protocols, etc.) ). There are therefore many issues around all this information to allow its optimal use by AI. These possibilities are linked to the capacities of computers which are today capable of analyzing massive amounts of information at considerable speed and comparing a multitude of parameters, whereas the human brain barely manages more than 6 or 7 variables at the same time. Combined with the expertise of professionals in the field of health, the development of artificial intelligence (AI) is therefore very promising.

Health data is particularly useful because it contains both personal and financial data and can be sold on the “dark web” at a premium compared to simple credit card data. The high value of data, combined with a relatively weak cybersecurity infrastructure, make healthcare institutions very attractive targets. The current increase in the number of attacks may constitute retaliation and an effort to make it clear that these hackers are still extremely effective. Given the healthcare organization's reliance on computer systems and networked devices, cyberattacks will continue to be a growing concern for patient safety. Individual habits of managing emails and websites at work can reduce the risk of a successful attack. However, as always, we must be vigilant in relation to malfunctions of medical devices and computer systems and also to put in place backup plans, in order to allow care to be maintained in complete safety in the event of computer system failures.

This symposium CAIAHF’2023 aims to clarify the link between cybersecurity, artificial intelligence and the health field by relying on bringing together researchers from these three fields to succeed in achieving efficiency, performance, firm and flexible governance, security, end-to-end compliance and control, automation of the tasks performed, risk sharing and cost reduction, mobilization of capacities, knowledge and innovation within the health field.

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Symposium themes

  • Numeric identity.

  • Cryptography and Steganography.

  • Information Systems Security (ISS).

  • Analysis of Malicious Codes.

  • Cybercriminality.

  • Digital Transactions Security.

  • Computer Virology.

  • Biometrics.

  • Big Data Analysis and Exploitation.

  • Outsourcing and Cloud Computing Resources.

  • Electronic Signature and Hash.

  • Education and Ethical Behavior in Cyberspace.

  • Mobile Security.

  • Fintech and cybercime.

  • Secure Electronic Payment System.

  • Big Data Security and Privacy.

  • Connected Object Security.

  • Smart Grid Security.

  • Personal Data Protection.

  • Cryptocurrency.

  • Blockchain.

  • A.I. in oncology.

  • A.I. in cardiology

  • A.I. in diagnostics

  • A.I. in mental health prevention.

  • A.I. in Big Data.

  • A.I.-based machines.

  • Protection of Technical Infrastructure in health facilities

  • Arsenal and Legal Development.

Honorary Committee

  • Mr Yassine ZAGHLOUL, President of Mohammed First University, Oujda.

  • Mr. Driss DRIOUCHI, Dean of Faculty of Legal, Economic and Social Sciences - Oujda

  • Mr. Noureddine BOUTERFASS, Director of ISPITS-Oujda.

  • Mr. Mohammed BENABDELLAH, President of the organizing committee.

Steering committee

  • Pr. Mohammed BENABDELLAH, FSJES – Oujda, Morocco.

  • Pr. Kamal GUERROUJ, ISPITS – Oujda, Morocco.

  • Pr. Taib BERKANE, FSJES – Oujda, Morocco.

  • Pr. Mohammed EDDAOU, FSJES – Oujda, Morocco.

  • Pr. Mohammed Nabil ELMOUSSALI, FSJES – Oujda, Morocco.

  • Pr. Imane OUCHEN, FSJES – Oujda, Morocco.

  • Pr. Zoubir ZARROUK, FSJES – Oujda, Morocco.

  • Pr. Said ELMALHAOUI, FSJES – Oujda, Morocco.

  • Pr. Elbekkay MHAMEDI, FSJES- Oujda, Morocco.

  • Pr. Abderrahamane MOUSSI, FSJES-Oujda, Morocco.

  • Pr. FOUZI RHERROUSSE, FSJES, Oujda, Morocco.

Scientific Committee

  • Pr. George Angelos PAPADOPOULOS, University of Cyprus, Cyprus island.

  • Pr. Yassine MALEH, ENSAK, Hassan First University, Settat, Morocco.

  • Pr. Sven DIETRICH, Associate Professor, John Jay College of Criminal – CUNY, New York, USA.

  • Pr. Rachida AMJOUN, Sheridan Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, Oakville, ON, Canada.

  • Pr. Mohamed Salim BOUHLEL, University of Sfax, Tunisia.

  • Pr. A. EZ-ZAHOUT, FSR, Rabat, Morocco.

  • Pr. I. OUCHEN, FSJES, Oujda, Morocco.

  • Pr. A. El ATTAR, FSJES, Oujda, Morocco.

  • Pr. Amos DAVID, Université de Lorraine, France.

  • Pr. Koji YATANI, Associate Professor at The University of Tokyo, Japon.

  • Pr. Hafid BARKA, INPT, Rabat, Morocco.

  • Pr. Assia DJENOUHAT, Badji Mokhtar University, Annaba, Algeria.

  • Pr. Mostafa AZIZI, EST, Oujda, Morocco.

  • Pr. Stefanos GRITZALIS, Rector University of the Aegean, Greece.

  • Pr. Nael ABU-GHAZALEH, University of California, Riverside, USA.

  • Pr. Kamal GUERROUJ, ISPITS Oujda, Morocco

  • Pr. Abdelmalek AZIZI, FS, Oujda, Morocco.

  • Pr. Christian MARCON, Poitiers University, France.

  • Pr. George MARKOWSKY, Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, USA.

  • Pr. Amine DAFIR, Université Hassan II. Morocco.

  • Pr. Youssef BENTALEB, ENSA, Kenitra, Morocco.

  • Pr. Bernadette WAKIM, Lebanese University, Lebanon.

  • Pr. Cătălin BÎRJOVEANU, “Al.I.Cuza” University of Iaşi, Romania.

  • Pr. Diallo BABACAR SOCRATE, Director of CEDS Dakar, Senegal.

  • Pr. Hayretdin BAHSI, Tallinn University of Technology – Estonia.

  • Pr. François LUDOVIC, HEC Paris, France.

  • Pr. Hassan MHARZI, ENSA, Kenitra, Morocco.

  • Pr. Taib BERKANE, FSJES, Oujda, Morocco.

  • Pr. Mohammed BENABDELLAH, FSJES, Oujda, Morocco.

  • Pr. Jean-Louis MONINO, University of Montpellier, France.

  • Pr. Jermie COULIBALY, University of Bamako, Mali.

  • Pr. Abdellah YOUSSFI, FSJES, Rabat-Souissi, Morocco.

  • Pr. Nicolas MOINET, University of Poitiers, France.

  • Pr. Ridha CHKOUNDALI, University of Carthage, Tunisia.

  • Pr. Mourad Gharbi, FS, Rabat, Morocco.

  • Pr. Severin TCHETCHOUA TCHOKONTE, University of Maroua, Cameroon.

  • Pr. Stéphanie DAMERON, Paris Dauphine-PSL University, France.

  • Pr. Kamal HASSANI, FSJES, Oujda, Morocco.

  • Pr. A. EL ALLAOUI, FST, Errachidia, Morocco.


  • Pr. Jean-François ROUGE, University of Technology, Sofia, BG.

  • Mr. Brahim FARAJI, ISPITS Oujda, Morocco.

  • Pr. Rachida AMJOUN, Sheridan Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, Oakville, ON, Canada.

  • Pr. Yassine MALEH, ENSAK, Hassan First University, Morocco.

  • Pr. Mostafa Azizi, EST-Oujda, Morocco.

  • Pr. Abderrahmane EZ-ZAHOUT, FSR, Rabat, Morroco.

  • Pr. Youssef BENTALEB, ENSA-Kenitra, Morocco.

  • Pr. FOUZI RHERROUSSE, FSJES, Oujda, Morocco.

  • Pr. Elbekkay MHAMEDI, FSJES- Oujda, Morocco.

  • Mr. Mohammed BERHILI, Neosoft, Paris, France


  • Registration, posters and abstracts of communications

  • Conferences

  • Round table

  • Debate


  • Professors-researchers, professionals and practitioners, experts and advisers, public and private sector administrators, students-researchers, etc.


  • French and English.

Important dates

  • 25/04/2023: Opening submission of communications abstracts (maximum 2 pages) to : Submission   

  • 11/06/2023: Deadline submission.

  • 18/06/2023: Acceptance notification.

  • 29-30/06/2023: Course of the Symposium CAIAHF’2023