Mine's Newest Advisory Board Member: Dan Or-Hof
Mine is always looking for industry insights and guidance to maximize the MineOS platform and make it both easy to use and powerful. We strive to innovate data privacy, which is why we need the best minds available to advance our cause.
As such, it’s with great pride that I’d like to announce our newest advisory board member, Mr. Dan Or-Hof. Dan joins Prof. David Hoffman, Mr. Ari Schwartz, and Ms. Jutta Williams on the board.
Dan, a renowned international leader in the field of data protection and cyber laws, is a fellow innovator and trailblazer in the Israeli data protection scene. He holds law degrees from UC Berkeley and Tel Aviv University (summa cum laude) and currently lectures at Tel Aviv University.
Dan has leveraged his extensive expertise of data protection and technology to lead the law practice he founded in 2013, Or-Hof Law, to the top of international law firm ranking guides in the field of cyber and technology law.
A certified privacy professional (CIPP/E; CIPP/US, CIPM, FIP) and advisor to the Israeli government on privacy bills and regulations, especially in regards to credit reports, biometric data, and health information, Dan brings another dimension of global recognition and privacy savvy to Mine’s advisory board.
We could not be happier to have Mr. Or-Hof along for the journey and look forward to his wisdom and advice as we continue to make MineOS the leading data privacy platform in the world.