Chloë Lellinger is the Data Protection Officer at the LISER since May 2018. She held a Master in law from faculty in law in Rennes and a LLM in European law and human rights from Friedrich Alexander University in Nürnberg, with a particular focus for French-german law. She was trained in Data protection at POST during her internship and then became data protection consultant at MGSI. 

Christophe Buschmann is responsible for the department “Investigations” including onsite inspections, audits and data breach notifications. Before joining CNPD as commissioner, he worked in consultancy and audit in a major audit company in the field “Information Risk Management”.

Emma Goodwin has lived in Luxembourg for the last five years and founded cyberFINIT in 2019, a company providing IT audit, cybersecurity and general business services. She is a board member of the Association pour la Protection des Données à Luxembourg (APDL) and also acts as General Secretary for the ISACA Luxembourg Chapter. Emma has a background in accounting, IT audit and internal audit and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) and is in the closing stages of her doctorate at Oxford University.

Laurent Prévotat has been appointed DPO of the Luxembourg Institute of Health since April 2019. He holds a PhD in Biochemistry, Cellular and Molecular Biology conducted in the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM) inside the unit “Cell Death and Cancer”. In addition to the DPO position, he is also the Head of the Compliance Office where he supervises activities like Quality management, Risk management and Health & Safety.

Wakil Bourzak-Dali is Legal Officer and Confirmed Data Protection Consultant at MGSI. He also have the position of External Data Protection Officer. Wakil was an intern at POST Luxembourg and then became Legal Officer at EBRC, a company wich provides IT and cybersecurity services.

Sandrine Munoz is the Data Protection Officer of the University of Luxembourg since July 2017. This position leads her to examine various issues and questions in relation with Data Protection Regulation for very different purposes such as administrative, research or academic in different areas (biomedical, humanities, computing science..). She holds a PhD in European and French law focused on internet issues, from the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis (South of France). Beforehand she worked for the Ministry of Economics as legal advisor for electronic commerce and a luxembourg major bank as lawyer, compliance officer and personal data protection lawyer.  

Steve Muller is a cybersecurity enthusiast whose goal is to make technology understandable for everyone. To this end, he has given numerous awareness trainings and talks in schools, organisations, companies, as well as at the occasion of various events.