EEMA Consortium Partner Panel

Join our prestigious EEMA Consortium Panel.

Benefits of joining:

  • Early invitations to join EEMA in funded EU Project Proposals
  • Public Profile on the Project Consortium page of the EEMA website
  • Complimentary access to EEMA lounges at Conferences, where available.

To be eligible for the EEMA Consortium Panel you need to be an EEMA Member, If your organisation is not already a member of EEMA,  please complete the Membership Form as well as the Consortium Profile.

We look forward to welcoming you to this prestigious group.

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EEMA Consortium Partner Panel Members

David Alexander

David Alexander

Chief Executive & Co-Founder, Mydex CIC

David was former Director of Strategy and Marketing at Northgate Information Solutions and Group Development Director at Computacenter plc. David is also the co-author of the CRM Pocketbook and a master coach and advisor on the key areas of market entry, proposition development and leading virtual teams and partnership development, identity and personal data. Read more

David is a Fellow of the RSA, a member and active supporter of Electronic Frontier Foundation and the Open Rights Group and is passionate about protecting individuals’ privacy and personal data and its associated rights.

David is on the Governance committee of the Personal Data Ecosystem Consortium and is a Non-Executive Director of tScheme, the independent, industry-led, self-regulatory scheme set up to create strict assessment criteria, against which it will approve Trust Services in the UK.

David has an extensive background in software architecture design and engineering coupled with proposition development, innovation and commercial management.

Paolo Campegiani

Paolo Campegiani

Innovation Strategist, Bit4id

Paolo Campegiani has a Ph.D. in Computer Science Engineering from the University of Rome Tor Vergata, with a thesis on resources allocation for cloud architectures. He has been a temporary professor at the University of Rome Tor Vergata teaching Computer Science Fundamentals in the Faculty of Engineering. In Bit4id he is an innovation strategist, acting as the first point of contact and program manager for all the Horizon 2020 related activities. He also oversees the Bit4id activities in the Konfido project (www.konfido-project.euRead more

He is in the Italian standardization body for “Blockchain and Distributed Ledger”, mirror of the ISO TC/307 group.

He is member of the Porvoo Group, an international cooperative network whose primary goal is to promote a trans-national, secure, interoperable electronic identity, in order to help ensure secure public and private sector e-transactions in Europe. He is in the technical committee program for the International Conference on Autonomic and Autonomous Systems, the International Conference on Cloud Computing, GRIDs and Virtualization and in the editorial board of International Journal On Advances in Intelligent Systems.


Rick Chandler

Rick Chandler

Advanced Office Systems

Rick is an EEMA Board member who previously chaired the EEMA Internet and Wireless workgroups. With 35 years secure digital wireless experience and executive positions in both the private and public sectors he has led design and build teams for two European mobile operators. He has been a champion of safe mobile working since he gave the keynote at the first UK conference on the subject in1984. He has also been active in the ID world since his involvement on the steering group for the UK ID card. This is currently driving his work in mobile authentication and privacy. Passionate about new technology, he enjoys separating hype from reality and delivering practical solutions.

Mark King

Mark King

Key Management Architect

Mark King spent 30 years at GCHQ, and while some of the work was so esoteric that if he told you he would have to wake you up afterwards, most was involved in the international security standards arena, e.g. as a PUKE (principal UK expert) at the time of the first crypto war. His enthusiasm for unfashionable areas such as integrity policy and international interoperability aligned with a switch from public to private sector in 2010 when the lead on delivering the wider ID area changed. So, like a good Australian, he has a chip on both shoulders.

Milan Marković

Milan Marković

Consultant, Pan European University Apeiron

Milan Marković received B.S.E.E., M.S.E.E., and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia, in 1989, 1992, and 2001, respectively. He is a leading researcher of the Mathematical Institute SANU, Belgrade and is currently a lecturer on Military Technical Academy, Faculty of Business Informatics Belgrade and Computer Faculty Belgrad for “Secure Computer Networks” and “PKI systems” courses. Read more

His research interests are in cryptographic algorithms, public key infrastructure, combined SW/HW security solutions, smart cards, robust speech analysis, coding and recognition, statistical pattern recognition, signal processing, multimedia communication, wireless communications and wearable computing. He has been included in very sophisticated security projects, such as: PKI systems for: National Bank of Serbia, some commercial banks, Ministries of Internal and Foreign Affaires, as well as PKI systems for ongoing Serbian smart card ID project.

Colin Wallis

Colin Wallis

Executive Director, Kantara Initiative Inc

Colin is the Executive Director of the Kantara Initiative Inc, the globally acknowledged thought leader and emerging practice resource centre for federated digital identity, access and consent-based information sharing. Colin’s combined public and private sector background in online identity and privacy builds on 15 years of contribution to international standards and consortia. Alongside his contracts with Kantara and his previous employer, Colin maintains leadership positions in the US Identity Ecosystem Steering Group (IDESG), OECD Internet Technical Advisory Committee (ITAC) and ISO SC27 Security Techniques on topics around Information Security, Privacy and Trusted Identity.