Abstract: This study presents a web-based information technology that allows students to access departmental information and resource materials spontaneously, share academic ideas with their global counterpart as well as safeguard confidential documents to avoid indiscriminate alteration. The web enabled front page was designed using Microsoft Frontpage in conjunction with Java Script, MySQL and PHP, while mono-alphabetic substitution and a highly programmed corrupt pages were used as a security measure in order to safeguard sensitive information from unauthorized users thereby making the design simple. The design implemented at Westfield Christian College to meet the learning, writing and research needs of students and staff has considerably improve academic performance and has enabled users to share knowledge in straightforward and popular platforms.
M.S. Okundamiya , O.S. Udeozor and T.P. Okundamiya , 2008. Design and Implementation of a Web-Based Information Technology with Security Measures Against Threats and Risk. Asian Journal of Information Technology, 7: 316-331.