Cedric Sabbah is Director for International Cybersecurity and IT Law Affairs, at the Office of the Deputy Attorney General (International Law) in Israel's Ministry of Justice. He advises Israel’s National Cyber Directorate and other government departments on questions of cybersecurity, internet governance, artificial intelligence and information technology generally, as they relate to international law. He is Israel's delegate to CAHAI, the Council of Europe's Ad Hoc Committee on Artificial Intelligence. In addition, he has served as Israel's delegate UNCITRAL and the Hague Conference on Private International Law, focusing on dispute resolution and technology. He served as a foreign clerk at Israel's Supreme Court, then as legislative counsel in Canada’s Department of Justice (2002-2006). Cedric worked as an M&A and hi-tech lawyer in the firm of Ephraim Abramson & Co in Jerusalem (2007-2011). He is a guest lecturer on cybersecurity, internet governance and international law, and holds an LLB and LLM from the University of Montreal.