[Owasp-ireland] OWASP - Dublin Chapter Update
mick.ryan at owasp.org
Fri Jun 3 15:14:03 UTC 2016
We'd like to let you know some of the things going on with the OWASP
The OWASP Dublin chapter recently had an open call for volunteers and
have refreshed the board. We now have 27 people on the Dublin
committee with the roles below. Many thanks to Owen Pendlebury, Mark
Denihan, Fabio Cerullo, Eoin Keary and everyone else for their work
over the years. We're delighted that Owen Pendlebury and Eoin Keary
continue to be involved with the chapter.
Tony Clarke - Chapter Lead
Tony is a Director of Information Security in ICON and a lecturer in
Ethical hacking in DIT.
Myles Cullen - Treasurer
Myles has a number of years experience in start-up companies in
Ireland and is currently working on an M.Sc in Digital investigations.
Denise Murtagh - Secretary
Denise is currently working on the security team in PwC and has a
M.Sc. in security & Forensic computing from DCU.
Antonio Stano - PR/Comms
Antonio has a wealth of experience in cybercrime investigation and
penetration testing and is working as a Security Consultant for Ward
OWASP Dublin Committee Members
Adrián Bravo - Workday
Ann Murtagh - IBM
Antonio Stano - Ward Solutions
Brendan Fay - Ward Solutions
Brendan Gormley - MasterCard
Brian Finnegan - Sungard AS
Charlie Marriott - Eir
Denise Murtagh - PwC
Eoin Keary - Edgescan
Gavin O'Gorman - Symantec
Kevin D'Arcy - Dun & Bradstreet
Liam O'Connor - Deloitte
Myriam Leggieri - Workday
Owen Pendlebury - Deloitte
Patrick O'Callaghan - Kontex Security
Patricia Harbison - EY
Paul Mooney - Daishi Systems
Paul Stewart - Mastercard
Phillip Graham - Espion
Robert Feeney - EdgeScan
Roberto Martelloni - Verifone
Stefan Umit Uygur - First Derivatives
Mick Ryan - Ward Solutions
Ryan Sudding - VMware
Fabrizio Di Carlo - Zurich Insurance
Anthony Yalcin - Edgescan
Anyone else who wants to be involved or help out at any level just let
us know! We've some very exiting plans for the future.
OWASP Dublin News
We'll have videos of our last meeting available soon. Thanks to
everyone who took part and came to our event on "Attracting &
retaining women in cybersecurity". If you've never been to an OWASP
meeting, you can see what events are like from
Feel free to post on the Facebook page, talk to us on twitter
(@OWASPDublin or @appsecIreland) or email on the distribution list.
You can sign up for the distribution list here:
We have an exciting "Threat Intelligence" session that we are running
with ISACA on 28th July and will be releasing the details next week or
so. On the night we'll have speakers from Darktrace and iSIGHT
Please feel free to share this email with any friends or colleagues
who may be interested in OWASP and software security.
We hope you're enjoying the sunshine, the long weekend and see you soon!
OWASP Dublin Chapter Committee
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