The internet is an infrastructure not only dominated by people, companies and criminals, but also by nation states. The way in which countries have been engaging with cyberspace, will likely have a lasting impact on the internet. Efforts to establish global norms of state behavior in cyberspace have had mixed results, and have spurred numerous discussions in the international fora. Our speaker will provide insights on this global debate, and shed light to developments of international law on cyber conflict.
Come and join us for a talk, and fireside chat, with Nathalie Van Raemdonck of the EU Institute of Security Studies - facilitated by Rosanna Kurrer of CWF.
Nathalie Van Raemdonck – associate analyst in the field of Cyber Diplomacy at EU Institute for Security Studies. Nathalie has worked across a number of prominent cyber security roles in her home country of Belgium. She is currently tasked with research, policy analysis and outreach activities for the EU Cyber Direct project, supporting EU cyber diplomacy efforts. She has recently been included in SCMagazine's Top 50 most influential women in cyber security UK.