When Practice Meets Scholarship - Week 1 in Den Hague
As part of ReSolve Cyber’s interest and commitment to contributing to the academic world, our Head of Strategy Dr Danny Steed is attending The Hague Program for Cyber Norms as a Visiting Fellow. Here, his first in a series of blogs, looks at his aims and some of the issues being considered.
As part of ReSolve Cyber’s commitment to contribute beyond just industry itself, we strive to support efforts in the wider cyber community.
For me this means staying in touch with academia as much as possible; usually this means through my visiting lecturer positions around the UK or contributing to think tanks like the Royal United Services Institute. This time, however, the chance came up to do something a little more ambitious abroad.
The Hague Program for Cyber Norms, based at Leiden University, focuses on the development and implementation of cyber norms, asking how they can be applied to support cyber security, stability and peace. The program has an excellent initiative where visiting fellows can take up residence for up to one month to bring their own perspective as well as benefit from the cutting edge of cyber scholarship.