Chairman of Board
Dr. Kenny Huang is the leading figure of the Internet communities in Asia. Since the early years of Taiwan’s Internet development, he contributed a great deal to build up a better Internet environment in Taiwan. Because of his tremendous knowledge and experience, he has been invited to take up leading roles in many Internet technology and policy organizations, including APNIC Executive Council member, APNIC Policy SIG Chair, NRO Number Council member, PIR Board member (.org), TWNIC Board member, TWNIC International Affair Committee Chair, Advisor of .taipei Registry, dot Asia Advisory Council, ICANN New gTLD Review Committee, APAN TW founder, ISOC Taipei founder, TWIA advisor.
Dr. Huang’s contributions have been acknowledged especially in the development of Internet technology. Dr. Kenny Huang is the co-author of IETF RFC3743; co-chair of CGP (LGR for the Root zone); Co-Chair of JET; Advisor of CDNC. Dr. Huang is working closely with government agencies in developing technology policies. He is Taiwan e-Government Committee member, Taiwan Government & IT Transform Committee member, MOTC (Ministry of Transportation and Communications) project leader and advisor on IPv6 policy and broadband policy. He is also the .taipei registry advisor for the Taipei Government.
Nicole T. I. Chan
Digital Transformation Association
Nicole T. I. Chan, an attorney at law and Industrial Consultant, Vice Chairperson of Digital Transformation Association, Board director of Industrial Technology Research Institute, as well as many distinguished positions in the areas of law and technology.
She is a frequent panelist and moderator and conferences around the world. Previous roles have included Chairperson of National Communications Commission, Taiwan, Director of Nankang Software Incubator, Director General of Science & Technology Law Institute (STLI), Institute for Information Industry (III).
Her areas of expertise include Intellectual Property Law, Telecommunication Regulations and Policy, Internet Jurisdiction and Policy, Internet Governance, Cybersecurity Governance, ICT and Creative Industry…, etc.
She received an EMBA degree from National Chengchi University, an LL.M degree in Intellectual Property from the University of London and an LL.B degree from National Taiwan University.
Wilson has nearly 30 years’ involvement with the Internet, including almost 20 years as the Director General of APNIC, the Regional Internet address Registry for the Asia Pacific. In this role, he has led APNIC’s development as a provider of critical Internet services and as a key contributor to Internet growth and development throughout the Asia Pacific. Mr Wilson has worked as an expert and leader across the full range of communities and organisations involved in Internet development, including ISPs and network operators, non-profit organisations, governments and governmental agencies; and with many key organisations including RIRs, IETF, ICANN, ISOC, APEC-TEL, ITU and others.
Craig is the General Counsel of APNIC – the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre. As the General Counsel, Craig has overall responsibility for all legal matters at APNIC.
Craig is a member of the executive leadership team at APNIC. He advises APNIC on its legal obligations, and to ensure that its corporate governance practices meet the standards expected by its members and its stakeholder community.
At APNIC, Craig leads its program of collaboration and cooperation with the law enforcement community.
Prior to joining APNIC, Craig was a senior partner at a national Australian law firm, a role he held for over 13 years. His legal practice at that time focused on representing various Government bodies in technology-related matters, as well as clients in the ICT sector.
Adli joined APNIC in Febuary 2014, bringing with him extensive experience and technical leadership in cyber security. He is APNIC’s security evangelist, spearheading security outreach, engagement, and collaboration with the regional community.
Adli was also a board member of FIRST.org from May 2014 to June 2019.
Joy Chan is the Deputy CEO at Taiwan Network and Information Center (TWNIC), her responsibility includes heading TWCERT/CC. Prior to this post, Joy was the Deputy Director General at Cyber Trust Technology Institute of Institute For Information Industry (III). Joy worked as the Head of APAC Production Engineering for Yahoo! Products and Services, and she was the CTO for Yahoo! at Taiwan, she brings in advance technology for service resilience and scalable system operations.
Taiwan Shilin District Court
Dr. Henry Tsai is currently a Division-Chief judge at the Taiwan Shilin District Court. Before being appointed to the Taiwan Intellectual Property Court, he was a District Court judge for 15 years, and adjudicated different kinds of general Criminal and Civil cases. Judge Tsai holds Master of Laws in Public Law from Soochow University in Taiwan and LL.M with honors from the John Marshall Law School in the U.S. He obtained his J.S.D degree from the Technology Law Institute of National Chiao-Tung University in Taiwan.
Judge Tsai has comprehensive interests in many legal fields and one of his expertise is in the Internet Governance. His research J.S.D dissertation is entitled: "The Internet Governance on Domain Name Legal System and Its Operation". He also wrote lots of articles in periodicals and newspapers. One article related to Internet Governance is "The Trademark/ Domain Name Protection War: A Comparative study of the U.S., UDRP and Taiwanese Law" which was published in the John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law (winter 2012), and cited by periodical, book and paper in different regions. Judge Tsai now is also invited to teach "Digital economic and Informational/ Communicational Law" at the Technology Law Instititue of National Chiao-Tung University as an adjunct professor.