Klara Jordan

Klara Jordan

Prior to joining the Cyber Peace Institute, Klara was the Director for Government Affairs and Public Policy for the UK at BlackBerry and the Executive Director for the EU and
Charlotte Lindsey (Curtet)

Charlotte Lindsey (Curtet)

Charlotte has spent 30 years in the humanitarian sector, including as Director of Communication and Information Management and Director of Digital Transformation and Data at the International Committee of the
Adrien Ogée

Adrien Ogée

Adrien spent his career in various cyber crisis response roles in Thales, the French and European Cybersecurity Agencies (ANSSI and ENISA), and the World Economic Forum. At the Institute, he
Bruno Halopeau

Bruno Halopeau

Bruno is a cybersecurity professional with over 20 years of experience. Previously, Bruno worked as a consultant for Accenture, held several roles (CISO, cybercrime strategic advisor, team lead R&D Innovation)
Francesca Bosco

Francesca Bosco

Francesca has an International Law and Human Rights background and 10+ years’ experience in working in international organizations (United Nations and World Economic Forum) on action oriented research, capacity building
Stéphane Duguin

Stéphane Duguin

Stéphane Duguin is the Chief Executive Officer of the CyberPeace Institute. Stéphane Duguin has spent two decades analysing how technology is weaponized against vulnerable communities. In particular, he has investigated multiple instances of the
Marietje Schaake

Marietje Schaake

Marietje Schaake is the President of the Cyber Peace Institute and serves as international policy director at Stanford University Cyber Policy Center and international policy fellow at Stanford’s Institute for