Lilly Pijnenburg Muller has been a research fellow in the Research Group for Security and defense at NUPI with a focus on cybersecurity.
Within cybersecurity her research covers public-private cooperation, multi-stakeholder processes, capacity building in developing countries, risk and harm, NATO and cyber resilience and deterrence. In addition, she follows international cybersecurity processes in the UN, OSCE and NATO.
Her research interests include security politics, global governance and public-private relations, cyber security and cyber war. She has worked as a Research Fellow at the University of Oxford at the Martin Schools Global Cyber Security Capacity Building Center (GCSCC) and holds a Master of Arts (MA) from the University of Glasgow.
military operations, securityt, cyber security, diplomacy