Rob van der Veer
Rob van der Veer is an AI pioneer with 32 years of experience in the AI field, specializing in engineering, security, and privacy. He is the lead author of the ISO/IEC 5338 standard on AI lifecycle, co-founder of the digital bridge for security standards, and creator of the OWASP AI Exchange – open sourcing the global discussion on AI security. Rob is advisor to ENISA and deeply involved in international standardization through different roles in ISO/IEC and in CEN/CENELEC for the AI Act. At Software Improvement Group, he is senior principal expert on AI, security, and privacy, working with organizations around the world on these topics.

Isabel Praca
Coordinator Professor at the Institute of Engineering – Polytechnic of Porto, Advisor of ISEP Presidency for R&D, EISA expert on Security of AI and the on the Skills framework, Director of the Master on Informatics of ISEP, and Senior Researcher at GECAD - leading the research activities on cybersecurity - PhD and a Post-Doc in Industrial Informatics. She coordinates several international projects such as H2020, HORIZON, ITEA and Celtic with the focus on artificial intelligence for enhanced cyber security, and on the security of AI, for critical infrastructures protection such as airports, health, industry, telecommunications. She has published over 150 papers, more than 40 in international journals and books. She participates in several EC expert groups, such as European Union Agency for Cybersecurity working groups on the Security of AI and on the Cybersecurity Skills framework, Community for European Research and Innovation for Security, and ISEP representative at European Cybersecurity Organization. She participates in the technical and scientific committees of several conferences and is an active member of IEEE.

John Graham-Cumming
John Graham-Cumming is CTO of Cloudflare and is a computer programmer and author. He studied mathematics and computation at Oxford and stayed for a doctorate in computer security. As a programmer, he has worked in Silicon Valley and New York, the UK, Germany, and France. His open source POPFile program won a Jolt Productivity Award in 2004. He is the author of a travel book for scientists published in 2009 called The Geek Atlas and has written articles for The Times, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, New Scientist and other publications.