About us

The Interdisciplinary Research Center for Intelligent Secure Systems (IRC-ISS) is a newly established center at KFUPM to revamp the research activities in the fields of Cybersecurity and Artificial Intelligence (AI) and their intersection. The center will act as a research hub for faculty, students, and researchers from various departments, including Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Systems Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Global and Social studies, and many other departments. IRC-ISS is expected to play a leading role in tackling grand challenges related to the design and development of intelligent security systems, secure intelligent systems, and systems that are intelligent and secure from the point of view of both physical security and cyber security. Research affiliates in IRC-ISS will tackle research problems in four research areas: AI & Security, Secure Systems, Resilient Cyberinfrastructure, and Post-Quantum Cybersecurity.


Research Areas

Intelligent Systems

Secure Systems

Resilient Cyberinfrastructure

Quantum Computing

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Latest News

Conference Participation
04 Dec 2022 @ 08:00 AM

IRC-ISS Participated in CICN 2022 Hosted by PMU

1st Student Research Symposium
11 May 2022 @ 11:00 AM

IRC-ISS organized the first research symposium for undergraduate and graduate KFUPM students.


WormHex: A Volatile Memory Analysis Tool f...
01 Feb 2023 @ 02:00 PM
KFUPM, Building 76 – Room 1226

A Workshop on "WormHex: A Volatile Memory Analysis Tool for Retrieval of Social Media Evidence" (...

Test Case Prioritization in DevOps using M...
30 Jan 2023 @ 02:30 PM
KFUPM, Bldg. 76, Room 1226

A seminar on "Test Case Prioritization in DevOps using Machine Learning "

An Internet of Secure and Private Things: ...
02 Feb 2023 @ 01:00 PM
KFUPM, Bldg. 76, Room 1226

A seminar on "An Internet of Secure and Private Things: A Service-Oriented Architecture"

Performance and Security Constraints for C...
25 Jan 2023 @ 07:00 PM
Online via Zoom

A webinar on "Performance and Security Constraints for CPS and IoT"