ANNE-MARIE EKLUND LÖWINDER is Chief Information Security Officer at The Swedish Internet Foundation and is ranked as one of Europe’s leading experts on IT security. Anne-Marie is one of the ‘seven keyholders of the internet’ — a small group of trustees able to access a last-resort measure to reconstruct the internet in the advent of calamity, thereby safeguarding its security. She is a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences for Information Technology; board member of the Swedish Transport Administration, Stöldskyddsföreningen; the Irish ccTLD administrator IEDR and the Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute (IRI); she is also a member of the cybersecurity council of the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB), a member of the Swedish government’s Digital Advisory Board, and of the Swedish Standards Institute SIS/TK 318 (Information Security.) Anne-Marie is a frequently consulted expert in public and governmental inquiries on matters relating to the Internet and security. She has held senior positions in the State Treasury and the Swedish ICT Commission. In 2013 she was the first Swede to become inducted into the Internet Hall of Fame.