Md Taofiq Ahmed is a graduate of Computer Science and Engineering, working in the field of Network and Cyber Security. He is also an entrepreneur and a philanthropist. For more than a decade he has been working for Human Rights and ICT for sustainable development, Digital Literacy, and Protection of Digital Rights to empower underserved communities through sustainable ICT solutions that foster access to education, healthcare, and economic opportunities.

For the last two decades, he has worked in different roles in the ICT industry. He currently works as an Information and Communication Technology Policy Analyst at the Center for Law and Policy Affairs (CLPA). He has an information and communication technology company.

He worked As a consultant to UNICEF to design a comprehensive and structured curriculum that covers essential topics according to access to information A2I (Aspire to Innovate) guidelines for the government officials and employees of Bangladesh and developed a training plan and strategy to sustain the result of this project. He has worked on different projects with DW Akademie and Article 19 Bangladesh and South Asia to strengthen Media Information Literacy (MIL), Media Laws, and Media Ethics among journalists and human rights activists. One was Creating an online course and toolkit on digital security, providing hands-on training on the subject. Under another project “Sensitizing Young Diversified People on Misinformation and Factchecking”, he has trained women madrassas, indigenous people, and journalists on Rumours, Factchecking, Misinformation, Disinformation, and above all Digital rights and awareness. He worked with the development organization “Free Press Unlimited” on a project called Totem, an online platform that helps journalists and rights activists use Digital Security and Privacy Tools and Techniques more effectively in their work.

Currently he is working as a consultant to several foreign organizations and works for CLPA on ICT for development, Public health, Environment, Civic Education, Road Communication and Safety Issues.