Amy has a decade’s experience working across a range of UK government departments on security and data issues, leading UK negotiations on a number of EU cyber issues, in particular the Network and Information Security Directive. She was also the UK member of the ENISA management board and led the UK’s engagement on cyber security in a range of international organisations and with the private sector. She also undertook a secondment to the European Commission. More recently Amy has developed the UK’s approach to reform of investigatory powers legislation and also led on the security elements of the UK’s departure from the EU. Amy is a graduate of Oxford University.