David Martin

David MartinDavid Martin has worked in a number of areas of IT security including development work (such as the earliest UK commercial use of public key cryptography), and software/hardware for security in banking, as well as a wide variety of consultancy projects. For many years he ran a security consultancy company and during this time was involved in a number of high assurance development projects for UK Government.

He holds a Masters Degree in Computer Systems Security, is a chartered engineer, and a member of the British Computer Society. He has also contributed to a number of books, articles and conferences in the field. He is the UK's Common Criteria Scheme Director and chairs the International Common Criteria development board (CCDB).