Yoram Hacohen is the CEO of ISOC-IL, which manages the domain name registry the CcTLD .IL, and is Israel's leading NGO for digital life aspects. He is also the founder of Hacohen & Co., a law firm that specializes in Technology Regulation. He is was senior research fellow at the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) where he specializes in the national security aspects of Cyber, Technology and Law. In 2006 Yoram was appointed by the Israeli government to establish and lead the Israeli Law, Information and Technology Authority (ILITA) - Israel's data protection authority. As head of ILITA, Hacohen served as the national regulator for data protection and e-privacy, for credit information bureaus, and for certification authorities for electronic signatures. Under his leadership, the ILITA became a modern technology-focused data protection authority, and the law & technology knowledge center for the Israeli public administration. During his term as head of ILITA Hacohen led various technological cyber privacy enforcement actions, and participated in the process of establishing Israel's cyber security framework. His term as head of ILITA ended in April 2013. Yoram is a member of the Israeli Bar Association since 1992. He received Bachelor of Laws degree (L.Lb) from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and a MBA from the Recanati School of Management at Tel Aviv University (Com Laude). Mr. Hacohen has a long history of data security and electronic publishing entrepreneurship. He established Israel’s first PKI certification authority for digital signatures, and founded and served as editor in chief in CDI System, an electronic publishing vendor that e-published legal information using sophisticated search engine ("Takdin"). He was a CEO of a start-up that developed technologies to e-publish music notes, and a consultant on law & technology matters for public and private sectors. Yoram was one of the founders of the Haifa Center for Law and Technology, and taught courses in leading Israeli universities about electronic evidence and computer crimes, legal aspects of e-commerce, and hi-tech entrepreneurship. Yoram also served during the 80's as an Intelligence officer (rank: Major) in the Israel.