Cornelia Schildt

eco - Association of the German Internet Industry

Project Manager IT-Security

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Short CV

After her studies of applied computer science in 2006 Cornelia Schildt joined the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) in Germany, where she worked in the department for Internet Security. She authored several studies, e.g on web technology and the secure design of networks and gained a wide knowledge on information security management systems like ISO27001. Since 2010 Cornelia has been working in the field of botnets and has been setting up the Anti-Botnet Advisory Center botfrei.de. In 2011 Cornelia joined eco - Association of the German Internet Industry working as a project manager for several national and international security initiatives. She is organizing events like the Internet Security Days and competence groups meetings with the eco team - where experts from all over the world come together to share knowledge and improve security within the companies and networks.

eco - Association of the German Internet Industry

eco, with more than 700 member organizations, is the largest Internet industry association in Europe.  Since 1995, we have been instrumental in the development of the Internet in Germany, fostering new technologies, infrastructures and markets, and forming framework conditions. In the Competence Network, all important specialists and decision makers of the Internet industry are represented, and current and future Internet themes are furthered, together with a team of more than 40 staff.
Special eco services help to make the market more transparent for providers and users. Our seal of approval ensures quality standards; our consultations for members and our services for users provide support in questions of legality, security and youth protection.
As an association, one of our most important tasks is to represent the interests of our members in politics, and in national and international committees. As well as our headquarters in Cologne, we have our own office in the German capital Berlin, and are represented at all relevant political decision-making processes in Brussels.
eco is a founding member of EuroISPA, the umbrella organization for European Internet associations, eco also represents the German industry with a seat on the Council of the Generic Names Supporting Organization (GNSO) at ICANN, and is a driving force behind the Internet Governance Forum – in short: We are shaping the Internet.

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