Consultant Research Analyst, Cyber, Space and Future Conflict Programme
- Cyber security
- Military doctrines for cyber, national cyber security strategies, norms of behaviour in cyberspace, the role of offensive operations in statecraft
Summary: Harriet Ellis joined the Future Conflict and Cyber Security Programme in September 2015. She contributes to the Programme’s ongoing projects, including the Sino-UK Track 1.5 Cyber Security Dialogue. Since 2015 she has also undertaken research on cyber capabilities for The Military Balance.
- 2015–2016: Research Assistant, Future Conflict and Cyber Security Programme, IISS
- 2014: MSc International Relations Theory, London School of Economics
- 2012: First Class BA, University of Western Australia
- The Military Balance, contributor
About the Cyber, Space and Future Conflict Programme:
The IISS Cyber, Space and Future Conflict Programme analyses the use of ICT, satellites, and other emergent technologies (such as robotics, artificial intelligence, and quantum computing) for their role in military and intelligence operations. The programme's study of next-generation conflict encompasses capabilities, intentions, doctrines, rules of engagement, arms control, and deterrence as they pertain to both state and non-state actors.
Future Conflict and Cyber Security Programme
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