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Alumni Chapters

There are now more than 2500 ISG Alumni. As a result, we have decided to form a number of alumni chapters; these are autonomous groups, endorsed and supported by the Information Security Group, which meet to support each others information security activities. This can take the form of lectures, group discussions, or just casual meetings.

Anyone who wishes to consider forming an alumni chapter should contact Professor Fred Piper. Anyone who wishes to consider joining an alumni chapter should contact that chapter leader directly.

The ISG has alumni chapters in United Kingdom, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australasia, North America and South America. The alumni chapter leaders are listed below:

United Kingdom

Beds/Bucks & Oxfordshire - Gary Dooley

Berkshire (Reading) - Bill Hau

Hampshire - Hamilton Gmah

London - Yunique Denmann, Fiona Higgins, Zoheir Iftikhar, Hassan Mohmoud and Anish Mohammed

Manchester - Julien Shabani

Scotland - Briony Williams

Surrey (Egham) - Gurjinder Singh and Dennis Groves

West Midlands - Mark Lodge


Austria, Germany and Switzerland - Andreas Fuchsberger

Belgium - Stijn Vande Casteele

Cyprus - Margaret Georgiou

France - Freddy Milesi

Greece - Nikolaos Virvillis and Konstantinos Papapanagioutou

Iceland - Leo Kolbeinnson

Ireland - Brian Cooke

Malta - Keith Cauchi

NORDIC Region - Karen Lawrence Oqvist

Romania, Serbia and Bulgaria - Flavius Plesu

Spain - Maria Jesus Sanz Navalpotro

Ukraine - Max Atroshenko


Egypt - Sherif Mansour and Ahmed Zaki

Ethiopia - Tekelbrahn Weide, Aregay Gebreslassie

Ghana - Richmond Boateng, Theodore Sagoe

Sudan - Salah Eldin Deng



Australia - Daniel Accioly Rosa

New Zealand - Francis Evans

South America


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