Stefan Mozar obtained his engineering degrees from the University of New South Wales (Sydney), and his MBA from the University of Technology, Sydney. He has worked in the consumer electronics industry for most of his career, but has also worked in telecommunications and industrial electronics. He held positions of CEO, CTO and has been involved in several company startups. These startups were in automotive, electronics and consulting. In addition to his industrial experience, he has also worked with a number of Australian, British and Singaporean Universities. Currently he is an adjunct professor at Guangdong University of Technology, in South China. His work has resulted in a number of inventions, patents, and published work. Projects he has worked on have been recognized with about 30 international design awards. He is frequently invited as a speaker at technical meetings around the world. Stefan is the President of the IEEE Consumer Electronics Society

Tom Coughlin, President, Coughlin Associates (and candidate for IEEE President Elect in 2021) is a digital storage analystand business and technology consultant.  He has over 40 years in the data storage industry with engineering and senior management positions at severalcompanies.  Coughlin Associates consults, publishes books and market and technology reports (including The Media and Entertainment Storage Report and an Emerging Memory Report), and puts on digital storage-oriented events.  He is a regular storage and memory contributor for forbes.com and M&E organization websites.  He is an IEEE Fellow,Past-President of IEEE-USA, Past Director of IEEE Region 6 and Past Chair of the Santa Clara Valley IEEE Section and is also active with SNIA and SMPTE. For more information on Tom Coughlin and his publications and activitiesgo to www.tomcoughlin.com

Dragan Peraković received a B.Sc. degree in 1995, an M.Sc. degree in 2003, and a Ph.D in 2005, all at the University of Zagreb, Croatia, EU. Dragan is Head of the Department for Information and Communication Traffic and Head of Chair of Information Communication Systems and Services Management, all at the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences, University of Zagreb, where he is currently a full professor. Dragan is visiting professor at the University of Mostar, Faculty of Science and Education Sciences, Mostar / Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Area of scientific interests and activities is modelling of innovative communication ecosystems in the environment of the transport system (ITS) and Industry 4.0; AI & ML in cybersecurity, DDoS, Internet of Things; AI in e-forensic of communication ecosystems (terminal devices/services); design and development of new innovative services and modules.
Dragan is an author/co-author of more than 150 scientific papers in indexed journals and proceedings of international conferences and 18 chapters in international scientific books. Additionally, he is co-editor of more than ten indexed books and proceedings. He participated in the work of several international scientific projects and research & development studies. Dragan is MC member in COST action CA17124 – Digital forensics: evidence analysis via intelligent systems and practices (DigForAsp) & MC Substitute member in COST action CA15127 – Resilient communication services protecting end-user applications from disaster-based failures (RECODIS).
Dragan is a member of TM Forum (USA), IEEE (USA), DAAAM International (EU/Austria), SDIWC (Hong Kong), EAI – European Alliance for Innovation (EU), Association for promotion of innovative technologies InnovativeFET (EU/Croatia), International Association for Technological Development and Innovations (Ukraine), International Telecommunication Society – ITS (EU). Dragan is President of the Croatian Chamber of Transport Engineers, since 2020. Dragan is in top 0.1% of individuals who achieved the greatest success on the EAI rankings in calendar 2019 among the entire EAI community (EAI Fellows Class 2020).
Dragan is the first Chief Editor of the International Journal of Cyber-Security and Digital Forensics (IJCSDF), Hong Kong, and Guest Editor in a few SI in WoS journals (Springer, MDPI, etc.). Dragan is a member of the Steering Committee and General Chair at EAI MMS and EAI Fabulous conference series, and a member of a big number of Program / Scientific / Organization Committee / TPC of International Scientific Conference, worldwide

Biju Issac is an Associate Professor with specialization in computer networks and cybersecurity, working currently at Northumbria University, UK. He was with Teesside University and Swinburne University before this role. He has done PhD in Networking and Mobile Communications, along with MCA (Master of Computer Applications) and BE (Electronics and Communications Engineering). He is the Programme Leader of BSc (Computer Networks and Cyber Security) and BSc (Computer and Digital Forensics). He is the deputy leader of CyberNets (Cybersecurity and Networks) Research Group. He is a Chartered Engineer (CEng), Senior IEEE member and Fellow of HEA. He is the Editor in Chief (EiC) of the International Journal of Information & Computer Security. He is a member of the advisory group of NEBRC (North East Business Resilience Center – https://www.nebrcentre.co.uk/). He founded Northumbria Cyber Clinic in 2018 that works with NEBRC (led by the UK police), to secure businesses against cyber attacks. He has published more than 100+ peer-reviewed research papers. His research interests are in Wireless Networks, Cyber Security, Machine Learning applications (security, image processing, text mining etc.) and Bio-inspired metaheuristic algorithms