Dr Stephanie Koorey

PhD Political Science and International Relations
Research Fellow
ANU College of Law

Areas of expertise

  • Other Studies In Human Society 1699

Research interests

Cyber Safety; Cyber Security; Data, Privacy and Surveillance; Cyber in the Pacific; Human Rights and the Absence of Internet access; Intra-state conflict; Defence and Security. 

Biography

Dr Stephanie Koorey was awarded her PhD from the ANU’s Strategic and Defence Studies Centre in 2009, for a thesis on small arms control and violent non-state armed groups.  She subsequently spent eight years developing and delivering components of the curriculum for the senior course and short courses at the Centre for Defence and Strategic Studies, now the Australian War College.  Dr Koorey has worked as a researcher and campaigner for non-government organisations in Australia and the United Kingdom, and is a member of the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots.  Her research interests are in leaderless resistance, future conflict, and emerging security challenges in the Indo-Pacific. Her current projects with the Cyber Institute include the Menzies Cyber Law Executive Education module with the ANU College of Law and the development of modules for the micro-credentialed Cyber Masters.

 

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