Mohamad Hajj is a Senior Cybersecurity Consultant with over 10 years of experience in security risk assessment (according to EBIOS RM, ISO 27005 and NIST 800-30) and security assurance (Self-assessment, Common Criteria, EUCC, EUCS, GlobalPlatform, CSPN, IoT schemes, NESAS, etc.), with technologies including 5G, O-RAN, Virtualization, Smart Cards, IoT devices, Digital identity, Digital signature and Automotive (ISO 21434). Mohamad currently works at Internet of Trust helping customers to take their products through cybersecurity assessment in order to effectively reduce risk and protect users from cyberthreats and information theft. He has the ability to derive technical security requirements for products and services from specifications/standards/regulations (e.g. French LPM, ANSSI RGS, eIDAS, GDPR, NIS, ISO, 3GPP, NIST) and present them to managers and engineers in a way that is meaningful, actionable and ensures compliance. Prior to joining Internet of Trust, he was a certification expert (Common Criteria and other private certification schemes) at Thales (previously Gemalto/Trusted Labs). Mohamad is a member of the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) Ad hoc Working Group on the candidate EU 5G Cybersecurity Certification Scheme (EU5G). Mohamad gained a PhD in telecommunication from Limoges University, France, in 2009.