About me

I'm a thirty-something father, husband and web developer currently leading the Web Development team at the University of Warwick.

I graduated with an honours degree in Computer Science in 2006 and since then have been involved in the web development team at the University, as well as a number of other projects.

More recently I have worked as an independent security consultant as well as helping a number of small businesses develop their web and social media presence.

Projects

University of Warwick

  • Numerous web applications in Java, Scala and node.js
  • Infrastructure management with Puppet

Security Consultancy

  • Web application penetration testing
  • Vulnerability scanning
  • Information security policy support

I am available for vulnerability scanning of web applications and full penetration testing, including providing a report and subsequent re-tests. I provide both an internal report as well as a public-facing report that can be provided to third parties and/or customers.

I am also available to consult on information security policy setting and implementation, and security incident response and remediation.

Training and Conference Speaking

I am available to apply my vast experience across all areas of the development cycle through bespoke training courses or conference speaking. I have delivered guest lectures to finalist Computer Science students, and delivered advanced training courses to staff at all technical levels to help them to design engaging web pages.