International Security Deputy Head of Research Division
2018 Transatlantic Digital Debates Fellow at German Public Policy Institute
2017 Research associate at German Institute for International and Security Affairs
2012 – 2017 PhD Thesis at FSU Jena, »From Cyber-Utopia to Cyber-War. Normative Change in Cyberspace«
2012 - 2017 Research associate and Ph.D. student at International Relations Department Friedrich Schiller Universität Jena, Ph.D. thesis: From Cyber-Utopia to Cyber-War. Normative Change in Cyberspace
2015 Research Visit at Citizen Lab, University of Toronto
An Analysis of WannaCry, NotPetya, Cloud Hopper, Bundestag Hack and the Attack on the OPCW
Recently, the Federal Cabinet adopted the Cyber Security Strategy 2021; it formulates the fields of action and goals for the next five years. However, the decisive factor for success is missing, say Annegret Bendiek and Matthias Schulze.
Contribution to a Research Paper 2020/RP 04, 06.04.2020, 53 Pages, pp. 30–34
Analysis of the Deterrent Potential of the New US Cyber Doctrine and Lessons for Germany’s “Active Cyber Defence”
Half-Hearted Progress on Far-Reaching Challenges
As states across the globe weaken cyber-security, Germany should oppose the trend
There are signs—particularly the lack of high-level cyberattacks—that the United States and Russia are trying to avoid an escalatory cycle in cyberspace.