Christoph Luykx, based in Brussels, Belgium, is a European public policy manager for Intel Corporation. Christoph works closely with the European Parliament, the European Commission and other relevant stakeholders on privacy, security and telecommunications issues, establishing favorable legal, regulatory and market policies to enable Intel’s continued global business success. Christoph also provides internal guidance on policy issues that might affect Intel’s critical business operations and platform products.
Before he joined Intel in 2008, Christoph spent three years as a U.S. Department of State economic specialist at the United States Mission to the European Union in Brussels. He started his career as a staff member at a Belgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry responsible for international trade affairs. He is an affiliated researcher at the University of Leuven’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Law and Information Technology, and represents Intel in several industry associations in Brussels. Christoph received his master’s degree in law from the University of Leuven in Belgium in 2002.