OneLogin Strengthens European Headquarters With Appointment Of Niamh Vianney Muldoon As Senior Director Of Trust And Security To Management Team.

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Appointment comes as OneLogin proudly announces its commitment to gender diversity and sponsorship of Women in Security and Privacy (WISP)

London, UK – 10 February 2020 – Following the recent opening of its headquarters in Ireland, OneLogin, a global leader in identity and access management, has appointed ex-DocuSign global information security business enablement director, Niamh Vianney Muldoon, as senior director of trust and security, EMEA. The appointment strengthens OneLogin’s Dublin team with a senior security expert to help drive sales, engineering and customer service activities across the EMEA region, while also supporting OneLogin’s allegiance to gender diversity.

With over 21 years of experience in security, Niamh brings with her extensive knowledge in information security risk management stretching over a variety of roles in financial institutions, the eGaming industry and cloud application providers such as Allied Irish Bank (AIB), Paddy Power and Workday. In her most recent role at DocuSign, she was responsible for information security enablement for customers and partners around the globe to make informed risk-based decisions on how to protect critical information assets and systems. 

Niamh helped put ‘Women in Ireland’ on the global international map for information security when she qualified as Ireland’s youngest CISSP -Certified Information Systems Security Professional- in 2004. She then went on to be the only Irish woman nominated in the first Women in Technology awards in Europe in 2015 and was instrumental in bringing the Women in Technology awards to Ireland in 2018.

“OneLogin’s number one value is security-first. That said, you can imagine how excited we are to welcome such an impressive professional like Niamh Muldoon to our security team,” comments Vanessa Pegueros, Chief Trust and Security Officer – OneLogin. “Niamh uniquely understands the community from her experiences as an information security professional and an end-user. Her contributions will be an imperative part of our global expansion, as OneLogin continues its path as the leader in identity and access management.”

OneLogin simplifies identity management with secure, one-click access for employees, customers and partners through a single sign-on portal with multi-factor authentication. Its Trusted Experience Platform (TEP) enables enterprise users to connect all of their applications in one place, while OneLogin’s proprietary machine learning identifies and analyses potential threats. For more information about the Trusted Experience Platform and game-changing success in IAM with over 2,500 leading companies, visit OneLogin’s customer page.

“The information security landscape becomes increasingly complex every day as companies add new devices and new applications to help their employees and partners do their jobs,” Muldoon said. “I am excited to join a team that is on the cutting edge of technology and service and brings such a depth of experience in solving security challenges for their partners.”

Building on the company’s dedication to cybersecurity diversity and inclusion,  OneLogin will be a Copper and DEF CON sponsor of Women in Security and Privacy (WISP), a security nonprofit advancing this discussion in cybersecurity.

“WISP Sponsors like OneLogin are helping advance women in privacy and security,” said Lisa Hawke, WISP Board Member. “Support from the industry is critical to our mission and ability to impact hiring, create educational opportunities, and provide mentoring and training opportunities to women in privacy and security.”

As a Copper and DEF CON sponsor, OneLogin will be sponsoring a WISP scholar to attend DEF CON, including entry, travel, accommodations, and introduction to a group of female scholars to help navigate the event. WISP chooses the winners of the DEF CON scholarships based on the applications received and pursuant to the guidance provided by non-profit advisors, Build Advisory. Through WISP, OneLogin joins other major corporate sponsors including Netflix and Cisco to invest in women in cybersecurity. For more information, see www.wisporg.com.

OneLogin’s premier sponsorship will further help women to identify and achieve the level of education and skills required to succeed in security and privacy positions across multiple industries. WISP’s mission is to advance, advocate for, and increase the participation of women in the privacy and information security fields.

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