Paula Brouillard-Molina, DG CNECT

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Elisabete Carreira, SPARTA

Elisabete Carreira is technical advisor to the Board of Directors of INOV, for management and organisational aspects, with over 20 years of proven experience in management consultancy, business process analysis as well as in internal auditing and control. She started her higher education in France and, after having moved to Portugal, finished her degree in Sociology at ISCTE, Technical University of Lisbon. Later she received an MBA from Universidade Católica (Lisbon) and became a Certified Project Management Associate (from International Project Management Association). She is also a board member of INESC Serviços, a Shared Services Center that centralises back-office operations and R&D project management of INESC (the biggest R&D institute in Portugal). Her current areas of research are focused on risk and resilience management, specifically organisational and community resilience to foster and link societal network structures with organisational structures, with special focus on the human factors dimension.

David Goodman, CyberSec4Europe

David Goodman is a consultant working in digital transformation, specifically the areas of identity management and security, data protection and privacy regulation as well as emerging technologies. He has worked in senior management positions across a wide range of companies in Europe and North America from start-ups (Soft-Switch, Metamerge) to global brands (Lotus Development, IBM, Nokia Siemens Networks and Ericsson) as well as University College London. David is currently a principal consulting analyst with TechVision Research, chief evangelist with iGrant.io, a senior consultant with Trust in Digital Life association and, until recently, executive director of the Open Identity Exchange (OIX). He is work package leader for dissemination and communication in the CyberSec4Europe and CSI-COP H2020 projects, and task leader for Open Banking roadmapping and demonstrators in CyberSec4Europe.He has a BA from the University of Manchester and a D.Phil. from the Oriental Institute, University of Oxford.

Martin Horák, CONCORDIA

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Márton Kis, ECHO

Márton Kis MBA, MSc, a health innovation expert, was originally a financial economist and innovation enthusiast. Márton gathered his experience in the field of banking, telecommunication, IT, media, trade, sport and healthcare, in the management of different Hungarian and international companies. Since joining Semmelweis HSMTC in the autumn of 2014, he has been actively contributing to a number of Hungarian and international projects focusing on digitalisation and re-organisation of the healthcare sector on both a national and an EU level. He is an active member of the eHealth team of HSMTC, and gives lectures about innovation and change management.