Independent data privacy experts advise the Management Board of Deutsche Telekom
The Data Privacy Advisory Board is an independent advisory body to Deutsche Telekom AG’s Board of Management. It provides a forum for sharing knowledge constructively with leading data privacy experts from academia, business, government, and independent organizations. It advises on key data privacy and data security issues. The remit also covers aspects of digitalization, societal developments and ethical issues.
Members of the Data Privacy Advisory Board
An adjunct professor of Constitutional Law at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, State Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Justice from 1998 to 2005, former President of the German Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution and the German Federal Intelligence Service.
Chair for Communication Systems and Network Security at the Universität der Bundeswehr München, Director of the CODE (Cyber Defense) Research Institute, member of the Advisory Board and Supervisory Board of Giesecke+Devrient GmbH, member of the Supervisory Board of BWI IT GmbH and BWI Systeme GmbH, and member of the Administrative Board of the German National Research and Education Network (DFN).
Chairman of the Data Privacy Advisory Council, member of the ver.di National Executive Board and Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Telekom AG, member of the Enquete Commission on “Internet and Digital Society”.
Professor of Labor Law and Information Society Law at the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences and scientific head of the institute for Data Privacy and Labor Law at d+a consulting GbR in Eppstein.
Professor of Ethics and Theory of Medicine at the University of Cologne, director of the ceres (cologne center for ethics, rights, economics, and social sciences of health) interfaculty center, member of the German Ethics Council, and Chair of the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies that advises the European Commission