Dr. Richard Rak
Dr. Richard Rak is a doctoral researcher in the Law, Science and Technology Joint Doctorate – Rights of Internet of Everything program, funded by Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions.
He holds a master’s degree (with dr. jur. title) in Law, a postgraduate degree (LL.M.) in European Law, bachelor’s degrees in Economics (specialised in Finance and Accounting, and Human Resource Management) and a Chartered Certified Accountant designation.
He began his career as a lawyer (state auditor trainee) at the State Audit Office of Hungary. Afterwards, he became a junior researcher at the Research group for Media, Innovation and Communication Technologies (imec-mict-UGent) of Ghent University and at the Department of Law of Università degli Studi di Brescia, where his research concerned the protection of sports media rights, digital piracy and the institutionalisation of cyberattack attribution mechanisms.
His doctoral research focuses on the Internet of Healthcare (Law): Privacy and Data Protection Aspects in IoE.