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THE EUROPEAN DIGITAL
Due to COVID-19'S crisis, Paris Cyber Week is restricted
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Maria Catrina | Romanian ParliamentFormer State secretary responsible for Digital (Romanian presidency of the EU)
Jekaterina Novikova | European Commiolicy advisor, head of EIC Task Force 2 – Innovation Ecosystems, DG Research & Innovation - European Commission
Valérie Hayer | European ParliamentValérie Hayer is a Member of the European Parliament part of the French delegation Renaissance. She is the Renew Europe Group’s coordinator in the Committee on Budgets and has been appointed as co-rapporteur on the report on the EU's own resources. As Substitute in the Industry, research and energy Committee, she also works on artificial intelligence and cybersecurity.
Reijo Savola | VTT Technical ResearcReijo Savola is currently working as a Principal Scientist, Cybersecurity, at VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland.
He has experience in cybersecurity, software engineering, telecommunications, multi-technology engineering topics and in digital signal processing. In addition to research experience, he has seven years of industrial experience in telecommunications sector, having worked for Elektrobit Group Plc. in Oulu, Finland and in Redmond, WA, United States. Mr. Savola acts a
Freeke Heijman | QuTechDirector strategic development at QuTech
Special advisor to the Minister on Quantum Technologies
Valéria Faure-Muntian | French ParliValéria Faure-Muntian
Member of the French Parliament
Member of the National committee on AI's ethics
Marietje Schaake | Standford UniversMarietje Schaake is the international policy director of the Cyber Policy Center, where she conducts policy-relevant research focused on cyber policy recommendations for industry and government. In addition to her own research, she represents the center to governments, NGOs, and the technology industry. Schaake also teaches courses on cyber policy from an international perspective, and brings to Stanford leaders from around the world to discuss cyber policy.
Rayna Stamboliyska | Yes We HackRayna Stamboliyska is the VP Governance and Public Affairs at YesWeHack, a global bug bounty and coordinated disclosure leader. She is a risk management and crisis mitigation expert with a focus on security governance, data protection and compliance. An award-winning author for her most recent book "La face cachée d'Internet" ("The dark side of the Internet", Larousse 2017), Rayna is also an IoT hacker and a staunch proponent of open source, data and science. She has consulted for international
Frédéric Julhes | Airbus CybersécuriFrédéric Julhes
Dire leur France d'Airbus Cybersécurité
Secrétaire de l'Alliance pour la Confiance numérique (ACN)
Jean-Michel Mis | French ParliamentVice-chair of the parliamentary group of studies on Cybersecurity and digital sovereignty
Head of Ministry of Economy's Blockchain Taskforce
Général Didier Tisseyre | COMCYBERGénéral Didier Tisseyre, COMCYBER
Crédits : Anthony Thomas-Trophime / DICOD
Fabien Caparros | ANSSIFabien Caparros is the head of the division in charge of digital security management methods at the French national authority ANSSI
Josef Schroefl | Hybrid CoEJosef Schroefl, born 1962, started his career in the Austrian Armed Forces in 1982 and worked since that in various areas of the military, including several UN-tours within UNDOF to Syria. Since 2006 he served in the Austrian MoD heading: “Comprehensive Approach”, “Hybrid threats” and “Cyber Security/Cyber Defence”.
He holds a M.A. in Intern. Relations from University of Delaware/US and a PhD in Intern.
Éric Bothorel | French ParliamentCo-chair of the parliamentary group of studies on Artificial Intelligence
Member of the committee for Economic affairs
Member of Parliament
Pierre-Alain Raphan | French ParliamPierre-Alain Raphan
French Member of Parliament
Vice-chair of the group of studies on e-democracy
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