I’m a PhD student in the Computer Science Department at Colorado State University. Prior to attend Colorado State University, I obtain a Bachelor degree in Mathematics from the University of Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. My research interests include Computer Security and Privacy, and Network Security. I have been interested in the design of access control models for the cloud computing. In addition, Moving Target Defense as a new paradigm for protecting computing resources has also attracted my attention. My current work focuses on analyzing the security of a network using dynamic attack graphs. In addition to my research, I help to manage Computer Science Department computing resources as a Linux System Administrator Assistant.
In enjoy outdoor activities, mostly either biking or just walking. When I’m not outside, my favorite pastime is classical French literature, history, and of course politics.