Procivis completes advisory board, bringing together leading names in tech, e-governance and blockchain

Swiss e-government startup Procivis has announced the completion of its advisory board, adding further global experts to its in-house think tank. The group of six strategic advisors covers all facets of e-governance, providing Procivis with crucial know-how and expertise to help drive the company’s mission of creating a backbone for digital societies across the globe.

The Procivis advisory board consists of the following members:

Michael Casey
Blockchain expert, author, MIT Media Lab advisor and managing partner at Agentic Group

Kaspar Korjus
Managing director of the E-Residency programme in the Republic of Estonia

Monique Morrow
President and co-founder of the Humanized Internet, a non-profit organisation focused on providing digital identity for those most underserved, former CTO at Cisco

Grégoire Notz
Financial technology specialist, director and member of the executive committee at Notz Stucki Group

Rolf Rauschenbach
Management consultant, political scientist and governmental expert

Roger Wirth
Information and cyber security expert

 

Procivis founder and CEO Daniel Gasteiger said: “Our advisory board brings together some of the brightest minds from every aspect of our industry. We’re honoured that our idea has gained the trust and support of these leading experts and look forward to pursuing our vision together with them.”

For more information about individual advisory board members visit the Advisory Board page.

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About Procivis
Procivis is a Swiss venture founded in autumn 2016 by blockchain entrepreneur Daniel Gasteiger. The company offers an “e-government as a service” platform to enable the digitisation of societies and the provision of online public services across the globe. Procivis has released the beta version of its eID+ platform in May 2017.