Tal Zarsky is a Professor at the University of Haifa. His research focuses on Information Privacy, Cyber-Security, Internet Policy and Telecommunications Law. He also teaches and studies Contract and Property law and theory. He has written and presented his work on these issues in a variety of forums. In addition, he has advised various regulators, legislators and commercial entities on related matters. Prof. Zarsky was a Fellow at the Information Society Project, at Yale Law School and a Global Hauser Fellow, at NYU Law School. He completed his doctorate dissertation at Columbia University School of Law.
Phil is the creator of both PGP, the most widely used email encryption software in the world, and the Zfone/ZRTP secure VoIP standard. Phil was inducted into the Cyber Security Hall of Fame and Foreign Policy's Leading Global Thinkers of 2014. In 2012 Phil was honored as an inductee into the 'Internet Hall of Fame'. PC World named him one of the 'Top 50 Tech Visionaries' of the last 50 years and InfoWorld named him one of the 'Top 10 Innovators in E-business'. He has received Privacy International's 'Louis Brandeis Award' CPSR's 'Norbert Weiner Award' the 'EFF Pioneer Award', and the Chrysler Award for 'Innovation in Design'.
Kimon Zorbas is heading up Nielsen’s Government Affairs and Privacy activities in Europe. He is responsible for contacts to governments and authorities. Prior to joining Nielsen Kimon has been working as a consultant for some Europe’s largest telecommunication and digital companies after long tenure as head of IAB Europe, an association representing Europe’s media, marketing research and online advertising companies. Kimon is a qualified lawyer, having undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from the University of Tübingen, Germany and the K.U.Leuven, Belgium, respectively.
Frederik is a researcher at the Institute for Information Law (IViR) of the University of Amsterdam. His book ‘Improving Privacy Protection in the Area of Behavioural Targeting’ was published in 2015. Frederik currently is working on the Personalized Communication project.