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Felch, Henry

Henry Felch
Assistant Professor Computer Information Systems

Office: 257 Randall Student Center, Augusta Campus
Phone: (207) 621-3371
Email: henry.felch@maine.edu
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Education

D.C.S, Colorado Technical University, 2009
M.S., Colorado Technical University, 2004
M.S., University of Phoenix, 2002
M.Ed., University of Louisville, 1998
B.S., University of Louisville, 1997
A.S., University of Maryland, 1991

Biography

Originally I am from Maine, joined the Army and served 22 years as an Armor crewman on a M1A1 Abrams tank. I was stationed in many locations around the U.S., Europe, and Korea until I retired in 2004. I worked the last two years of my Army career in the Director of Information Management (DOIM) Information Assurance division doing network security. I did vulnerability assessments, designed, implemented, configured, and monitored a state of the art network defense system. After retiring I continued to work at Ft Carson in the Information Assurance division doing the same activities. I worked at Verizon business as a systems engineer/ analyst/architect in the Security Solutions Group. I was responsible for requirement assessment, analysis and management of enterprise security product development. I provide architectural analysis and design to support assigned projects, development of system architecture and design plans to implement solutions. I also do analysis of business requirements and functional requirements to create specific system requirements for development and provide project management as need to support assigned projects.

I have a Bachelor of Science from the University of Louisville in Training and Development. I also hold a Master of Education from the University of Louisville in Training and Development. A Master of Science in Computer Information Systems from the University of Phoenix, a Master of Science in Computer Science with a concentration in Computer Systems Security from Colorado Technical University. I then completed my Doctorate in Computer Science at Colorado Tech and my dissertation was in Network Security. I have been teaching at Colorado Tech for over six years at all levels, undergraduate, masters and Doctorate.

I own and ride a Harley Davidson Ultra Classic Touring Motorcycle and have traveled extensively on trips across the Colorado Mountains, the US west coast, and the United States. I recently completed a ride across the U.S. for the Run for The Wall – LA to DC for Rolling Thunder on Memorial Day in Washington.

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