Center for AI and Digital Policy | XRSI
I conduct research on the legal, policy, ethical, and social implications of artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, global data privacy, and emerging technologies. I hold a Master of Laws (LLM) degree in National Security and Cybersecurity from the George Washington University Law School as a GW Law Merit Scholar, where I deepen my knowledge and skills on the complex and evolving challenges of protecting data and systems in the digital age.
With over 11 years of experience in data privacy and cybersecurity, I have led and contributed to various projects involving security incidents and events management, vulnerability management, and ISO 27001/2 compliance for clients in the banking, public, and private sectors. I have also applied my legal and technical expertise to advise and write on topics such as cross-border data flows, data protection regulations, and cybersecurity governance. My mission is to demonstrate the tangible return on cybersecurity and data privacy investments by improving the security posture and state of mind of businesses and organizations.