Eoin Keary

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Hello, I would like to be considered for the OWASP board membership. I am a long time member of OWASP and have contributed year on year to OWASP projects and the OWASP mission of fighting the causes of sofware insecurity. I am based in Dublin, Ireland and run the Ernst & Young application security team across Europe.

My involvement in OWASP to date.

OWASP Ireland Chapter leader and founder since 2004

Have held regular meetings, promoted OWASP and application security in general. I have developed a stong community within Ireland in terms of secure development such that large organisations are aware of OWASP and invite me for comment and involvement in application security awareness efforts. I am involved in ongoing efforts to consolidate the security community with groups such as IISF, IAI and ISSA.

OWASP Testing guide leader (2005-2007)

Handed over from Daniel Cuthbert in 2005. Lead the testing guide effort, transferred it to wiki from word document in 2006. Wrote significant portions of the guide. Handed guide to Matteo Meucci in 2007

Code review guide (V1.1) leader - "Worlds first open source code review guide"

Lead and founder of guide. Authored 70% of currrent code review guide. Considered the most comprehensive code review guide on the web. Ongoing project currently at V1.1 Tools such as OWASP code crawler are inspired by the guide. Used by US Gov agencies, Insustry Security standards etc.


Reviewed and supplied suggestions for most recent release of ASVS. Presented viability of ASVS to industry leads in terms of integration of standard into strategic direction.

OWASP SAMM Contributor

Along with team members, suggested rewrite of SAMM questionaire based on experience of using in the field. With the aim of overall maturity of the SAMM document and process. I have fostered the SAMM approach into a number of large european organisations.

OWASP Ireland 2009 Sole organiser of successful event which has made a large impact on local application security community. Event covered costs and was within budget. Achieved media coverage with many local and business "broad sheet" newspapaers.

OWASP Live CD (2007) "Recruited" Josh Perrymon (packetfocus) to donate his Live CD to OWASP.