In 2007 she graduated from the Faculty of Social Sciences in Ljubljana and in 2008 she completed a master’s degree in communication regulation at the London School of Economics and Political Science in Great Britain. She obtained her doctorate in 2019 at the Faculty of Social Sciences in Ljubljana, with a dissertation on the regulation of behavioral advertising from the perspective of the right to privacy and personal data protection.
She joined the Information Commissioner in 2008, dealing mainly with personal data protection in modern information and communication services and digital marketing, cross-border cooperation of supervisory authorities, data transfers to third countries, certification and awareness raising activities on personal data protection. As the National Data Protection Supervisor, she has represented the Information Commissioner in a number of bodies, working groups and projects, including the Article 29 Working Party and the Council of Europe, the GPEN network, the Global Privacy Digital Working Group and the Security Council. the Internet. She coordinated several European projects in which the Information Commissioner participated as a consortium partner (CRISP project on certification of security products and services and ARCADES on school privacy education) or as the sole contractor (iDecide project to raise awareness of personal data protection).
She regularly lectures at various events and publishes in professional and academic publications. She is currently coordinating the area of cooperation of the Information Commissioner in the supervision of cross-border processing of personal data and the participation of the Information Commissioner in the European Data Protection Board.