Toma Cîmpeanu holds a PhD and a Master’s degree in the systems of coordination and control, as well as a MBA in administration of companies. In the last fifteen years, he occupied executive positions in several companies (private or State-owned) such as National Company of Radio-Communications, TAROM, National Trains Informatics, or within different groups such as SCOP Computers, eSign Romania and Total soft. He was Secretary of State within the Ministry of Telecommunications, the Romanian representative and member of the council of ENISA, the President of the National Agency of the Services of the Informational society and vice-president of the national Center “Digital Romania”. His name is bound to the e-Romania strategy, to the national system of calls for tenders and to the «Unique State contact point». Toma Cîmpeanu also taught at the University of Craiova and managed the operations of the Institute of management and Sustainable development, the only Romanian NGO which coordinated at the global level a workgroup of the UNO. Since 2015, he is the CEO of the National Association for IT Systems Security.