Dr. Ulrich Vouama teaches graduate courses in the areas of Cybersecurity and Digital Forensics. He began his teaching career as an Instructor at Princeton Review before joining UC in 2018. He is the Founder of KisiCyber, a Cybersecurity startup based in Colorado. He is widely engaged in the Information Technology and Security, and provides consultation services to companies and government agencies. He is a member of several professional societies, deeply involved in STEM, startups, and entrepreneurship. He also served as articles reviewer on many Computer Science publications. He is currently an IT leader and Executive IT Security & Service Management Consultant for one of the largest commercial insurance companies in the U.S. An outdoor enthusiast and environmental activist, he is the Founder and Chief Innovation Officer of TCHi::TCHA, a lifestyle brand and outdoor Movement that aims to protect our Environment and eradicate Poverty.

Dr. Vouama's current research is primarily in the areas of Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence (Autonomous Security), IoT (Security Architecture), Big Data (Application of Big Data analytics, Security, and Privacy), Blockchain Technology, and Healthcare Cloud Computing (Building Secure, Compliant, and Efficient Cloud-Based PACS). In 2018, his dissertation “EXAMINATION OF USING CLOUD COMPUTING TO IMPROVE PACS’S EFFECTIVENESS, COMPLIANCE, AND EFFICIENCY” was published by ProQuest.

Cybersecurity Certificate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2018
Doctor of Computer Science, Colorado Technical University, 2017
MA in Management and Leadership, Liberty University, 2012
BS in Computer Management Information Systems & Business, Liberty University, 2010
AAS in Computer Information Systems, Community College of Aurora, 2004
Computer Information Systems Certificate, Community College of Aurora, 2004
Networking/Security Certificate, Community College of Aurora, 2006
Visual Basic Language Programming Certificate, Community College of Aurora, 2002
C Language Programming Certificate, Community College of Aurora, 2002 
Programming Certificate, Community College of Aurora, 2002
Linux/Unix Operating Systems and Systems Administrator Certificate, Community College of Aurora 2002

Vouama, U. A. (2017). Examination of using cloud computing to improve PACS's effectiveness, compliance, and efficiency (Order No. 10742561). Available from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. (2124596083).

  • Computer Programming
  • Cybersecurity
  • Networking
  • Cloud Computing
  • Blockchain