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About David Ireland


David Ireland, MA(Cantab), MSc, MBA, is the Managing Director of DI Management Services. He has a first-class honours degree in Engineering from Cambridge University, an MSc with Distinction in Mathematics, a Master of Business Administration from the Australian Graduate School of Management, and qualifications in accounting.

In recent years, David completed a BSc(Hons) specialising in Mathematics in 2009 and received his MSc in Mathematics in 2012. His final dissertation was on Algebraic Graph Theory. He was awarded the 2009 Leslie Walshaw prize for the Mathematical methods and models course and the 2012 Leslie Walshaw prize for the MSc in Mathematics programme.

Before setting up DI Management Services, David was Managing Director of Telstra V-Comm Ltd, a satellite communications company based in New Delhi, India. Before that he held positions as:

David has extensive experience analysing business systems and producing practical computer-based solutions to his clients' problems. He is an expert in the C programming language, Microsoft Access, Visual Basic, HTML and Perl. For what it's worth these days, he has created projects in dBase IV, dBase II, Assembler and, yes, even Fortran. David was co-author of a patent on electronic documents in a postal network. He has lectured in Secure Coding as well as mathematics; and specialises in producing cryptographic code.

In 2007, David obtained the GIAC Secure Software Programmer certification (GSSP-C) from the SANS Software Security Institute.

As a Management Consultant, David has carried out strategic analysis and organisational efficiency projects with Cathay Pacific Airlines in Hong Kong, the Royal Flying Doctor Service in Western Australia, the Department of Education and the Arts in Tasmania, Illawarra Elecricity in New South Wales, and a regional television station in Australia.

For more information on projects carried out by DI Management Services see Projects.

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This page last updated 21 September 2015