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Colin Robbins is a technologist, specialising in network protocols, security engineering and software engineering.

Colin Robbins[1][2] holds a BSc, Computer Science & Electronic Engineering, with first class honours, from University College London.

Colin Robbins is an IoD Chartered Director[3], serving of the Boards of Nexor and the Information Assurance Advisory Council (IAAC[4]). He is co-chair of the Information Assurance Collaboration Group (IACG).

In his early career developed the Quipu / X.500 elements of the ISODE (ISO Development Environment), and went on to become the custodian of the open source platform. Quipu is documented in the three part book, "Implementing X.400 and X.500: the PP and QUIPU Systems" (ISBN 9780890065648) - Colin wrote part three on Quipu. Colin has written and contributed to many papers[5] on distributed directory systems, and his work lead to the invention of LDAP - he is co-author of the following two LDAP RFCs published by the IETF:

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