Branislav Rovan
Branislav received his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles in 1972. He is currently President of the Slovak Society for Computer Science and a full professor at the Comenius University in Bratislava. His broad scope expertise is in informatics and information technologies with a main focus on foundations, education, and information society issues.
Daniel Olejár
Daniel Olejár graduated in computer science at Comenius University in Bratislava. He received his PhD. in Computer science from Comenius University in 1987 and became associated professor of computer science at the Department of computer science in 1989. In 1994-2000 and 2008-2012 he was the head of the Department of computer science. Daniel Olejár lectures on discrete mathematics, mathematical logic, set theory, computability theory, computer architectures, coding theory, combinatorics, and cryptology and information security.
Dániel Petró
Dániel Petró obtained his MSc degree in Computer Sciences at Budapest University of Technology and Economics, with a special focus on computer-based behavior modeling and computer graphics. Currently he works as an R&D project manager at SEARCH-LAB Ltd, an internationally active company providing application security audits and secure coding trainings.
Demosthenes Ikonomou
Demosthenes Ikonomou received his Masters of Science in Electronics and Computer Sciences and his Ph.D. in applied sciences from the University of Southampton, United Kingdom, in 1992 and the Universite catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve (UCL), Belgium, in 2002 respectively.
Between 1996-2008 he worked for DG Information Society & Media (INFSO) of the European Commission mainly involved in the management of R&D projects in the fields of wireless and personal communications as well as networked media. In 2008 he joined the Technical Department of the European Network and Information Security Agency(ENISA) as a Senior Expert in the section of Security Tools and Architecture. Currently he holds the position of Head of Secure Services & Project Support Activities Unit.
Eugenius Telesius
Dr. Eugenius Telesius is Chief Executive Officer of ECDL-Lithuania
Florin Vrejoiu
Florin Vrejoiu is working as Programme Manager in ATIC. He has a Software Engineering Diploma. He is involved in the management and implementation of all ATIC activities as well as the creation of collaboration and information networks in the country and abroad.
Giuseppe Mastronardi
Giuseppe Mastronardi was born in Bari, Italy, in 1949 and received the doctorate degree in Computer Science in 1976 from the University of Bari. Since 1977 up to 1982 he joined with the Istituto Elettrotecnico of the University of Bari as Assistant Professor, since 1982 up to 1992 he was with the Dipartimento di Elettrotecnica ed Elettronica of the same University as Senior Researcher and since 1992 up to 2003 he was Associate Professor of Computer Science at the first Faculty of the Polytechnic of Bari, where he is now Full Professor in Computer Science and he is teaching Information Security and Medical Informatics. His actual interests have included biometric techniques for personal identification, data-security by means of criptography and data-hiding techniques, bioinformatics and soft-computing applications to pattern recognition (signals and images). He is actually working in the field of the personal identification by voice, by retinal fundus and specially by 3D scanning face, in cooperation with government organizations. On these topics he published several papers and in the last three years partecipated to communitary research projects (Interreg, PON, PRIN, POR). He is now president of eBIS s.r.l. (electronic Business In Security), Spin-Off of Polytechnic of Bari, devoted to develop solutions for people and mobile tracking systems, for logic and physic access controls by means of biometric techniques, for bioinformatics and e-learning applications. He represents the Polytechnic of Bari in Biosistema SpA, Consortium of South Italy for the Biotechnologies. He is referee of several international conferences and he is component of Scientific Board of Franco Angeli Ed. and Mondo Digitale, issue of AICA for the ICTs. He is a member of AEIT, AICA (he is Chair of AICA-Puglia), @ITIM, IASTED, SIMAI.
Ján Hochmann
Since 1983 he worked for Slovak Academy of Sciences as a scientific and technical researcher in the bio mathematical laboratory. His activities were focused on the measurement, transfer, analysis and processing of biological data with the electronic and computer equipments. Since 1995 he has been working for the state administration in the area of ICT. At the present, he works as a director of Legislation, Standards and Security of Information Systems Division in the Ministry of Finance of the SR. His current work is focused on the development of legislative and conceptual governmental materials, on the project management in the field of standardization and on the ICT security in the field of eGovernment, in connection with the EU.
Michal Danilák
RNDr. Michal Danilák is Executive Director of Lynx, s.r.o. Košice,  Slovakia (Security and eHealth) and Director of the Institute for Health Informatics, Medical Faculty, Univ. of P.J.Shafarik, Košice. He was Head consultant for eHealth – Ministry of Healthcare, Slovakia (2008-2010) and is on the National eHealth development team.
Niko Schlamberger
Niko Schlamberger is President of the Slovenian Society INFORMATIKA. Niko has served the international ICT community in various functions including as IT STAR coordinator, IFIP Vice-President and CEPIS President.
Petr Hnevkovsky
Petr Hnevkovsky, CISA, M-ISMS, has over 15 years of security focused professional experience in positions involving auditing, security consultancy and team management.Currently works for HP Enterprise Security Products as a Pre-Sales Consultant designing the ArcSight solutions to meet the customer business needs.
Renata Danielienė
Renata Danielienė is Information Systems Manager and e-Guardian Product Line Manager at Information Technologies Institute. She is an author of e-Guardian Automated Question Test Bases, she also has experience in children security and safety on Internet, IT training and testing service providing, ECDL courseware development. Renata Danielienė holds a Doctor degree in Informatics.
Roberto Bellini
Roberto Bellini is President of the AICA Milan Chapter and EUCIP Manager, Italy.

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