Tatiana Tropina has more than 15 years of involvement in both legal research and various applied cybercrime projects at the international level. This includes carrying out a cybercrime study for the ITU Global Symposium of Regulators 2010, and serving as a consultant on the UNODC Comprehensive Cybercrime Study 2013, the World Bank’s World Development Report 2016, the Atlantic Council’s report “Big Data: A Twenty-First Century Arms Race”, and many others.
Tatiana was the first Russian lawyer to defend a PhD thesis on cybercrime (Far Eastern Federal University, 2005). She also holds a Master of Communications Management degree from the Business School at Strathclyde University.
Tatiana has a number of publications to her credit, including a monograph on cybercrime, and is frequently invited to speak about her research topics at various international events. She currently working as an Assistant Professor in cybersecurity governance at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs, Leiden University. Previously, she was a senior researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law.