Louise Marie Hurel
|Region:||Latin America and the Caribbean|
Louise Marie Hurel is a researcher at the Nucleus for Context Analysis in Brazilian Naval War College’s Center for Strategic and Political Studies (NAC-EGN) regularly writing about geopolitics, security, Internet governance and policy. Her work focuses on exploring the interplay between cybersecurity, governance and International Relations theory. Louise Marie Hurel has previously worked as a consultant for UNESCO and as a researcher at Getulio Vargas Foundation’s Center for Technology and Society's (CTS-FGV) Privacy in the Digital Age and Internet Governance projects.
She is Executive Committee representative for Europe in NCUC in 2018. She is also a mentee at Onboarding Program for ICANN61.
Publications and Paper Presentations
- "No Man's Land" of Cyberspace: The Darknet and States - International Studies Association Annual Convention
- Internet (Un)Governance [(Des)Governança da Internet ] - Insight Inteligência
- Cyberterrorism: The Horseman of the Infoapocalypse - Insight Inteligência
- The Trap of Technological Enthusiasm