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About Aljosa Pasic


Business Development Director

ALJOSA PASIC current position is Technology Transfer Director in Atos Research & Innovation (ARI), based in Madrid, Spain. He graduated Information Technology at Electro technical Faculty of Technical University Eindhoven, The Netherlands, and has been working for Cap Gemini (Utrecht, The Netherlands) until the end of 1998. In 1999 he moved to Sema Group (now part of Atos) where he occupied different managerial positions. During this period he was participating in more than 50 international research, innovation or consulting projects, mainly related to the areas of information security or e-government. He is member of EOS (European Organisation for Security) Board of Directors, and collaborates regularly with organisations such as ENISA, IFIP, IARIA, and others.




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Understanding Modern Risk: Why Organisations are turning to Privacy Risk Assessments

Perhaps the most important topic of today is the debate around issues of privacy. It’s extensive, complex and often controversial – and it’s a theme that we have returned to time and time again from different perspectives – whether that’s ethics, business impact of personal data protection or tips on how to stay…

Digital Single Market: 5 Ways to Prepare

As the European Commission continues to progress its plans for a Digital Single Market (DSM), organisations across the region are beginning to think carefully about how the initiative would impact them. Coupled with the impending adoption  of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), privacy and  security issues are quickly moving to the top of companies’ and politicians’ agendas. With…

Digital Single Market - Building Trust across Europe (1)

As the European Commission’s plans for the development of a Digital Single Market (DSM) begin to gather pace, concerns are growing around how the scheme will impact current privacy and cyber security readiness and best practices. The potential benefits of DSM are huge. Currently, only 15 percent of online shoppers in the EU buy something…

Maximal Data, Minimal Disclosure

Millions of Europeans have currently eID card issued by the government, which theoretically enables age verification in a privacy aware manner, without revealing exact birthday or the other attributes such as name or address. eID owner, however, has to trust that the “age verification” agent, or service operator, actually complies with data protection and privacy legislation. There are also solutions belonging to so called…

Who´s Afraid of the Cyberwolf?

The term “sing along” is often used to indicate a very famous tune that (almost) everybody can sing. A famous example is a theme from 1930-ties Disney cartoon “Who´s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?”. Back then, and since the early middle ages, the Big Bad Wolf was a kind of universal threat used in storytelling, that many folklorists, ethologists or anthropologists…

Semantix Killerapplix

I am a fan of the Asterix comics’ series, just like many Europeans are. I tend to think it is a part of the European (and not only the French) education, but only recently I started to re-read Asterix comics in different languages. In English, “Fulliautomatix” is the name of the Asterix’s village smith. His father was “Semiautomatix”. In French this is “Cétautomatix” (c'est automatique, in English…

Approaching the Anniversary of Anonymous Dog

The most famous Internet cartoon in the 90´s is probably the one with a caption “On the Internet nobody knows you´re a dog”, originally published in The New Yorker in 1993. One of the best Internet cartoons I saw in the last few years depictures a meeting between two unknown persons. They use mobile phone 3D face recognition to identify the…