Simone Fischer-Hübner has been a Full Professor at KAU since June 2000, where is the head of the PriSec research group. She received a Diploma Degree in Computer Science with a minor in Law (1988), and a PhD (1992) and Habilitation (1999) Degrees in Computer Science from Hamburg University. Her research interests include privacy-enhancing technologies and usable privacy. She is the chair of IFIP WG 11.6 on “Identity Management”, member of the advisory board for the Swedish Data Protection Commissioner and MSB’s (Swedish Civil Contingency Agency) Information Security Advisory Board, and has been an “Expert for identifying emerging a future risks posed by new ICTs” for ENISA (European Network and Information Security Agency). She has represented KAU in the PrimeLife, PRIME, FIDIS and Bugyo EU projects and coordinates the Swedish U-PrIM project. She has co-authored more than 100 peer-reviewed international publications in conference proceedings, journals and books and served as a Programme (co-) Committee or General Chair for scientific conferences, such as during the last two years IFIP SEC 2011, PETS 2011 & PETS 2012, and TrustBus 2012.