Florian J. Egloff (DPhil Oxford) is a Senior Researcher in Cybersecurity at the Center for Security Studies (CSS) at ETH Zurich. His research focuses on the politics of cyber security, particularly with regard to intelligence policy and the role of non-​ and semi-​state actors in cyber security. Florian is a Research Associate at the Centre for Technology and Global Affairs at the Department of Politics and International Relations and teaches a course on attribution at the Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security (both at the University of Oxford). His professional background includes working for the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs and in banking. @Egflo

Robert Gorwa is a DPhil Candidate in the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford, and a fellow at the Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG) in Berlin. He works on platform governance, content moderation, and other transnational digital policy challenges, and has held research positions and fellowships looking at these issues at the WZB Berlin Social Science Centre, the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, the Oxford Internet Institute, Stanford University’s Project on Democracy and the Internet, and the Max Bell School of Public Policy at McGill University. His academic work has recently appeared in Information, Communication & Society, Big Data & Society, and Internet Policy Review, as well as popular outlets like the Los Angeles Review of Books and WIRED Magazine UK. @rgorwa

Monica Kaminska is a DPhil Candidate in Cyber Security at the Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security and a Research Affiliate at the Centre for Technology and Global Affairs, both at Oxford University. Her research focuses on states’ responses to large-scale cyber attacks and escalation dynamics in the cyber domain. Prior to her doctoral studies, Monica worked in the professional services sector in London and at the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Monica currently collaborates with Oxford Analytica as an expert contributor. @monica_kaminska

Lilly Pijnenburg Muller is a PhD candidate at the War Studies Department and King’s College London and a member of the Cyber Security Research Group. Her research interests are cybersecurity, global security practices, international institutions, public–private relationships and risk/threat construction. Lilly has previously worked as a Research Fellow at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) and as a James Martin Fellow the Global Cyber Security Capacity Building Centre (GCSCC) at the University of Oxford. @mullerlilly

James Shires is an Assistant Professor at the Institute for Security and Global Affairs, Leiden University, an Associate Fellow with The Hague Program for Cyber Norms and a non-resident research fellow with the Cyber Project at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School. He is also a Research Affiliate with the Centre for Technology and Global Affairs at the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford. His research examines cybersecurity in the Middle East, focusing on the interaction between threats to individuals, states and organizations, new regional dynamics, and the development of cybersecurity expertise. @jamessshires

Max Smeets is a senior researcher at the Center for Security Studies (CSS) at ETH Zurich. He is also an Affiliate at Stanford University Center for International Security and Cooperation and Research Associate at the Centre for Technology and Global Affairs, University of Oxford. Max was previously a postdoctoral fellow and lecturer at Stanford University CISAC and a College Lecturer at Keble College, University of Oxford. He has also held research and fellowship positions at New America, Columbia University SIPA, Sciences Po CERI, and NATO CCD COE. Before his academic career, Max worked in finance in London and Amsterdam. @Maxwsmeets