Education: After doing his IT essential course with Cisco certification, He continued on his studies at Dar Es Salaam Institute of Technology (DIT), He was admitted in Computer Engineering Department, majoring in Computer Technician.
He joined Staffordshire University where He was admitted in the Computer science department; He did Bachelor of Science in Computer majoring in computer security. He wrote his final year project titled “Intelligent access control system”.
Based on leadership and professional competence he demonstrated at University, he was then awarded an outstanding achievement award (U- EDGE).
Yusuph also did his master degree at Eastern Mediterranean University, majoring in Information technology where he concentrates on both Project management and risk management.
Technical Competence: He started his career as technician and grows up to IT scientist; this attribute puts him in a position to support the organization in different areas like client ICT related projects. (Troubleshooting, Installation, Investigation, and many more technical solutions)
Media Relation: He have also worked as presenter at Uhuru FM, and he has been involved in different event which gave him an exposure to media (TV, Radio, blogs and other social media) good relation with media as well as solid network with people whom he worked with.
Regulatory Control: He has worked with Tanzania Police Force, he manage to utilize his skill on digital forensics investigations and gain experience in the field, he extend cybercrime unit performance and conducted several trainings and provide insights on cyber challenges in Tanzania.
Consulting: He has worked with Deloitte, credible consulting firm in a country, working with Deloitte has taught him to be hard working, flexible and get things done efficiently. He has also worked with BTG US and Tanzania based organization on training for managers in different organizations.
Volunteer on Cyber Awareness: He has been working with different organizations, private and public, local and international organizations on the area of cyber security through volunteering.
Training: Yusuph has been invited to speak, offer training in different groups (university students, scientist, managers, and directors) or chair information security, risk, and crime conferences, as well as provide opinion pieces via TV, radio and print/online media. He has a blog with more than 1300 visitors which publish on cyber security issues.
Yusuph is currently a managing Director of National Cybersecurity Forum – Tanzania and a board member of Africa ICT Alliance (AfICTA).