Alexander Hanff, CIPP/E
Alexander is widely known for his decade of work on ePrivacy and Data Protection across Europe. Traditionally a computer scientist with a strong background in Psychology, he moved into policy work in 2008 after studying the impact of technology on Society. He worked at Privacy International in the UK for three years, leading the ePrivacy portfolio and has been directly involved in the development of the GDPR and the upcoming ePrivacy Regulation. Alexander recently launched a consultancy in Sweden assisting organisations in understanding and complying with data protection and privacy regulations. Alexander speaks at events across the globe and is always happy to talk about the role of data ethics in our information society. A regular face on the lobbying circuit in Brussels, he has hosted a number of events at the European Parliament on privacy and data protection and is excited to expand his discussions in the Nordics, especially as one of the Stockholm Knowledgenet chairs.
Contributions by Alexander Hanff
Little Big Stage: Session 2
Speaker at IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress 2015
A Privacy-focused Approach to Mobile: Collecting, Using and Sharing Data via Mob
Speaker at IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress 2014