Eva works as a privacy advisor in the area of data protection and IT security. She assists leading professionals and companies to prevent risks and address any issues connected with data privacy
legislation including GDPR, by means of information technologies, cloud applications, mobile and online services, IOT and artificial intelligence.
She studied law at Charles University in Prague and international law at the University of Ottawa in Canada, and then as a Consul, she led the Consular Section of the Czech Embassy. Once back in the Czech Republic, she worked as the Executive of the Central European legal division of the international companies Kimberly-Clark and Mondelēz (Kraft Foods), In her free time, among other things, she is involved in various non-profit organisations and foundations sponsoring and supporting the cultural heritage, education and sciences.