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Brexit Exposes Old and Deepening Data Divide between EU and UK

Some folks asked me to translate my latest column for the Dutch Financial Times. This is a somewhat expanded version of the column.

After the Brexit vote, politicians, businesses and citizens are all wondering what’s next. In general legal uncertainty permeates the Brexit, but in the world of bits and bytes Brussels and London have in fact been on a collision course at least since the 90s. And the new British prime minister Theresa May has been personally responsible a deepening divide across the North Sea on data and communication policy. While EU citizens will see stronger privacy and cybersecurity protections through EU law after the Brexit, multinational companies should be particularly worried about how future regulation will treat the loads of data they traffic about customers, employees and deals between the EU and the UK.  Continue reading Brexit Exposes Old and Deepening Data Divide between EU and UK

Here it is: my book Securing Private Communications

After the publication of my Ph.D. thesis in November 2015, at long last my book ‘Securing Private Communications’ is available in stores near you.

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You can order the book here, have a look at the marketing flyer here, download the full academic version for free here and read the odd spiffy testimonial below.  Continue reading Here it is: my book Securing Private Communications

BREAKING :) abstract and download of my Ph.D. thesis ‘Securing Private Communications’ [open access]

The academic version of my thesis — titled ‘Securing Private Communications’ — is available online. I already committed it to the web in my previous blogpost on my public Ph.D. defense on 25 November 2015 (open to the public). But a friend of mine told me to once again post my abstract and download link for my thesis separately and make that clear in the title of the post. And make it BREAKING news. Ha! Here goes.  Continue reading BREAKING :) abstract and download of my Ph.D. thesis ‘Securing Private Communications’ [open access]

Join me for my public Ph.D. defense ceremony on 25/11 – 11am

My four-year research project ‘Securing Private Communications’ is coming to an end. A grande finale of sorts is my public defense ceremony on 25 November. The ceremony is open to the general public, and the venue is humongous, so you’re all very welcome to join me. Continue reading Join me for my public Ph.D. defense ceremony on 25/11 – 11am