Dr Kuan Hon
Dr W Kuan Hon is a Director with the Privacy, Security & Information team at leading data protection law practice Fieldfisher, specialising in data protection/security law, cloud computing and other technology issues. A solicitor and (non-practising) New York attorney, with degrees in law and computing science including a joint law/computer science doctorate, Kuan has also benefited from technical security training (e.g. UK Cyber Security Challenge's 2015 pen testing camp).
Kuan is an Editor of the Encyclopedia of Data Protection and Privacy. A Fellow of the Open Data Institute, Kuan previously sat on the British Computer Society's Information Privacy Expert Panel. Kuan regularly speaks at events, having presented for ENISA, the Cloud Security Alliance and CERN. Her book Data Localization Laws and Policy argues for a focus on security over geographic data location. She was lead author of eight chapters of Cloud Computing Law. Kuan's articles, many with collaborators, have been published e.g. by the IEEE, Journal of International Data Privacy Law, Society for Computers and Law and Stanford Technology Law Review.
Kuan was a finance/insolvency lawyer before completing a Computing Science MSc and moving into technology law. She was also formerly senior researcher in cloud law with Queen Mary University of London and devised and ran its Cloud Computing Law distance learning module.
Kuan's personal website is at http://www.kuan0.com