Alessandro has been supporting the GlobaLeaks project since 2012, particularly by analyzing regulatory issues and working on data protection compliance and information security certifications. He collaborates with Legal Informatics and Cyberspace in the Law Faculty of the University of Milan. His fields of expertise are principally privacy and new technology, ICT audit, cybersecurity, cyber crimes and digital whistleblowing.
Fabio co-founded the GlobaLeaks project taking care of the initial organization specifically focusing on fundraising and early deployments. Fundraising, strategy and project development mostly in anticorruption uses of the software have been his primary focus areas over time.
Computer engineer and whistleblowing hacktivist, Giovanni is co-author of GlobaLeaks involved in its architectural design since the early stages. He currently leads the research and development of the software.
Rima has been supporting the GlobaLeaks project since 2015 leading localization and outreach efforts, project management and international project development. She is the program manager of Digital Whistleblowing Fund, a small-grant program that enables investigative journalism groups and human rights grassroots organizations to apply to receive financial, operational and strategic support in starting a secure digital whistleblowing initiative.
Yvette is an engineer and information security professional involved with the GlobaLeaks project since its beginning. She coordinates the participation of GlobaLeaks in the Expanding Anonymous Tipping project (EAT) funded by the European Union’s Internal Security Fund, which involves 9 partner organizations working across 11 different EU member states.