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Ido Sivan Sevilla

"It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit." (Harry S. Truman)

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I am interested in bridging technology and policy through comparatively analyzing policy frameworks for cybersecurity and privacy risk governance across the U.S., EU, and Israel, while utilizing my cybersecurity experience to complement findings at the policy level with studies on the behavior of threat actors (e.g. hackers, data brokers). I aim to test theories of the policy process on digital risk governance policies and contribute applied knowledge to policymakers in order to develop better governmental and organizational systems for digital risks.

 I  am currently a PhD Candidate at the School of Public Policy and Government, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. I am funded by the national scholarships of The Azrieli Foundation and The Hoffman Leadership and Responsibility Program. I also serve as a Cybersecurity Research Fellow at the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) at the Tel Aviv University and work with Israel Democracy Institute (IDI).

My dissertation is a comparative analysis on the politics of risk-governance in U.S. and EU cybersecurity and privacy regulatory regimes. I am supervised by Prof. David Levi-Faur.

Through this site, I share thoughts, opinions, essays, and data on the socio-technical risk-regulatory regimes in the digital age.  So dig in, have fun, and make yourself at home.

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