Olga Demian holds an LLM Diploma with merit from Queen Mary, University of London where she explored aspects of Computer and Communication Law (2010), including Privacy and Information Law.
For nearly 12 years, Ms. Demian has been involved in strategic litigation and various law reform projects. In her position as an UNDP Consultant, she advised the e-Governance Center (Moldova) in the process of elaboration and implementation of the e-Government Agenda by addressing legal matters concerning information security in relation to various projects, including the Governmental platform based on the Cloud technology and interoperability. She also focused on legal aspects of information security in the context of projects implemented by the E-Governance Academy (Estonia) and the Data Exchange Agency of the Ministry of Justice (Georgia).
Since 2011, in her capacity as a Member of the Consultancy Council by the Center for Personal Data Protection of Moldova, Olga has contributed to development and implementation of the national legal framework on personal data protection.
At present, in cooperation with the Information Society Development Institute (Moldova), Ms. Demian is engaged in a research project, which aims to analyze specific legal factors surrounding information security.