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Gil Baram is a cyber strategy and policy expert. She completed her Ph.D. research at the School of Political Science, Government and International Relations at Tel Aviv University, and is a Cybersecurity post-doctoral fellow at the Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC) at Stanford University.
Gil’s research focuses on national decision making during cyber conflicts and the reasons state actors are likely to decide various attribution strategies.
Gil has held fellow positions with the Centre of Excellence for National Security at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore and the Blavatnik Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center at Tel Aviv University, and served as Head of Research at the Israeli think tank Yuval Ne'eman workshop for Science, Technology and Security.

Gil Baram, Ph.D

Cyber Strategy and Policy Expert
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English, Hebrew
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Tel Aviv, Israel
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Can also give an online talk/webinar
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MY TALKS

Cyber Warfare During Corona Times

Security / Privacy

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The corona pandemic has changed the way we work and operate, and it has created new opportunities for cyber attackers and many challenges for cybersecurity defenders. Both cybercriminals and nation-states are working hard to exploit the situation to their advantage, by stealing trade secrets, information about vaccines, and more.
What are the changes that have taken place during the pandemic in the cyber world? How do countries and organizations deal with them? And how do the various players in the international arena take advantage of the situation?

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International Cyber Arena - Threats and Actors

Security / Privacy

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Russia, China, North Korea and Iran, as well as the U.S. and Israel, are considered leading countries in terms of offensive cyber capabilities. Who are the main players in the international cyber arena? What are the key threats? What is the global balance of cyber power?

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Cyber Warfare and Covert Operations

Security / Privacy

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Traditionally, cyberattacks between states were considered covert operations of the sort that governments like to keep under the radar. In recent years, however, cyberattacks have become a very public affair. What caused this change? What motivates states to disclose these attacks?

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Cyber Warfare and Artificial Intelligence

Security / Privacy, Data / AI / ML

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AI technologies are making rapid inroads into every aspect of our life. The combination of AI and offensive cyber capabilities can create new threats with far-reaching scope and capabilities. AI systems can themselves be targeted, posting yet another threat. What are the new threats that come with this new technology? And how does it affect our daily lives?

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