Borislav Tadić is the Vice President at Deutsche Telekom, leading telecommunications provider with presence in Europe, USA (T-Mobile) and over 50 countries globally. Reporting directly to the DT’s board member responsible for security, privacy, compliance, legal and audit, his responsibilities in Bonn, Germany include digitization, transformation, customer experience, efficiencies, international shared services and future of human resources. Prior to this role, he led major cross-functional projects and teams in the Center for Strategic Projects, Business Development and Partnering in the USA, Multi-Regional Security Management at Corporate IT, and Detecon in Switzerland, Central and South Africa and Asia-Pacific Region. Previously, Borislav gathered extensive leadership experience in various roles over 25 countries on four continents and 8 industries, including organizations such as Siemens, United Nations, Fraunhofer Institute, Magna International, IRE(X) or BBC Consulting.
His academic and expert contributions were published in various printed and online editions and broadcasted over numerous radio and TV stations in central and south-eastern Europe. Borislav is also holder of numerous awards and certifications (e.g. Lead2Win, 30 Leaders under 30, Talentspace – Global Talent), sponsor and coach of numerous European young talent initiatives, as well as president and/or member of several non-profit, academic and professional organizations (such as Tesla Center, Graz Center of Excellence Graz, Association for ICT Trust-b, IEEE, PMI, ISACA, or ISC2). In previous years he regularly participated on the Munich Security Conference.
Born in 1982 in Banja Luka, Borislav has Master of Science degree with distinction in Software Engineering and Business Management, and Bachelor of Science degree in Knowledge Management from University of Technology in Graz, Austria. He is currently a PhD candidate in the domain of Social Informatics at University of Siegen, Germany, focusing on digital enablement and protection of global socio-political movements.
He fluently speaks English and German language, and has the basic knowledge of Spanish and languages of south-eastern Europe. Beside Banja Luka, Graz and Bonn, he lived in Zürich, Johannesburg and San Francisco.