Heru Susanto, PhD, is currently the head and researcher of the Computational Science & IT Governance Research Group at the Indonesian Institute of Sciences. He is also an Honorary Professor and Visiting Scholar at the Department of Information Management, College of Management and Hospitality, Tunghai University, Taichung, Taiwan. Dr. Heru has experience as an IT professional and as web division head at IT Strategic Management at Indomobil Group Corporation. He has worked as the Prince Muqrin Chair for Information Security Technologies at King Saud University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He received a BSc in Computer Science from Bogor Agricultural University, an MBA in Marketing Management from the School of Business and Management Indonesia, an MSc in Information System from King Saud University, and a PhD in Information Security System from the University of Brunei and King Saud University. His research interests are in the areas of information security, it governance, computational sciences, business process re-engineering, and e-marketing. Mohammad Nabil Almunawar, PhD, is currently a senior lecturer and the Dean of the School of Business and Economics, Universiti of Brunei Darussalam (UBD), Brunei Darussalam. Dr. Almunawar has published more than 60 papers in refereed journals, book chapters, and presentations at international conferences. He has more than 25 years of teaching experience in the area of computer and information systems. His overall research interests include applications of IT in management, electronic business/commerce, health informatics, information security, and cloud computing. He is also interested in object-oriented technology, databases and multimedia retrieval. Dr. Almunawar received his bachelor degree in 1983 from Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia; his master's degree (MSc in Computer Science) from the Department of Computer Science, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada, in 1991, and a PhD from the University of New South Wales (School of Computer Science and Engineering, UNSW), Australia, in 1998.