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OWASP Ireland

Welcome to the Ireland chapter homepage. The chapter leader is Eoin Keary


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Local News


Chapter Meetings

OWASP are holding an event in Ireland. The venue is Trinity College, Dublin. Date: September 10, 2009

Web Link: OWASP_Ireland_AppSec_2009_Conference

We have a host of international speakers lined up for the event such as Professor Ian_O._Angell of the London School of Economics and Danny_Allen, Director of security research, IBM.

The event is split into two tracks; technical and risk mgt.

TBA 2009:

Location: Harcourt Street, thanks to Ernst & Young.


Next Meeting 15th April

Venue: Ernst & Young, Harcourt Street

Time: 18:30


Mark Hillick (AIB)

Irish CERT Project

The Irish Reporting & Information Security Service (IRISS) is an independent not for profit company limited by guarantee founded in 2008 to provide a range of free services to Irish businesses and consumers in relation to information security issues to help counter the security threats posed to the Irish businesses and the Irish Internet space

Mairtin O'Sullivan (Espion)

Manual Web App Testing Methodology/Procedure.

  • Objective is to provide a basic testing methodology to ensure consistent and comprehensive testing of applications.
  • Will outline what information is required prior to testing, how to identify all the functionality within the application that require testing, how to ensure that all types of vulnerabilities are tested and how to keep track of the functionality tested.
  • Will focus on free tools and manual testing but can be adopted for use with any tools or automated testing.

Mairtin is a senior security consultant with Espion, providing consultancy on all areas of information security. He leads Espion's web application security testing, has been performing web application security reviews for over three years and is responsible for developing Espion's training offerings in web application security.




Ernst & Young,
Harcourt Centre, Harcourt St,
Dublin 2
Opposite the Odeon Pub

Drop me a mail if you have any queries: eoin.keary <at>

Ireland OWASP Chapter Leaders

The chapter leader is Eoin Keary