Joanna Świątkowska is the Senior Research Fellow for Cybersecurity of the Kosciuszko Institute and the Programme Director of CYBERSEC. She is the Chief Editor of the new quarterly European Cybersecurity Journal. She has been involved in numerous high profiled national and international cybersecurity initiatives. She often cooperates with Polish public institutions, including among others the Polish Presidential National Bureau of Security (NBS). In the framework of the National Forum of Security organized by NBS, she contributed to the cyber doctrine of Poland.

She also advised the Supreme Audit Office in terms of cybersecurity control in Poland. She took part as an expert in the Sino-European Cyber Dialogue held in Geneva and Beijing in 2014. She is the author of numerous articles, reports and analyses concerning cybersecurity, such as a recently published report on critical infrastructure cybersecurity in Poland. She defended her doctoral dissertation in the field of political science.

She has been selected for the U.S. Department of State's International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) on "Cyber Security and Government Interoperability" taking place in 2016.

Programme Director of CYBERSEC and Senior Research Fellow, Cybersecurity, Kosciuszko Institute

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