Jakub Boratyński is responsible for cyber security and digital privacy matters within the European Commission in Brussels (Directorate-General, Communication Networks, Content and Technology).
Among others, he was involved in the negotiations of recently adopted NIS directive, implementation of the EU cyber-security strategy’s actions on resilience, industrial measures and Research and Innovation under H2020, and cooperation with the EU Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA).
Previously he served as Head of Unit ‘Organised Crime and Relations with EMCDDA’ at the European Commission (Directorate-General, Home Affairs), which has the lead responsibility for the fight against cybercrime, corruption, sexual abuse of children and confiscation of criminal assets.
In relation to cybercrime, Mr. Boratyński is involved in negotiation and drafting of two directives (on cyber-attacks and sexual exploitation of children), establishment of the European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) and drafting of the EU Cyber Security Strategy. He has previously worked on EU relations with Russia (Directorate-General External Relations).
Before joining the European Commission, he was a Director at the Stefan Batory Foundation in Warsaw and Policy Officer with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. He graduated from the London School of Economics and the University of Warsaw (international relations, law).