Arthur Laudrain is a (non-resident) Strategic Analyst Cyber Policy at HCSS, and an expert on emerging technologies and international affairs, foreign interference in democratic processes, information manipulation, cyber strategies and doctrines, for governments, think-tanks, and the private sector.
Laudrain is a DPhil candidate in Cybersecurity at the University of Oxford (Wolfson College), and a Fellow at the European Cyber Conflict Research Initiative and at the Open Diplomacy Institute. He investigates why democracies fail to push-back against cyber-enabled foreign election interference, a research project supported by UK Research & Innovation and The Rotary Foundation. Before joining Oxford, Arthur gained first-hand experience of international and cyber security in government, think-tanks, and the private sector.
He holds an MA from the Department of War Studies at King’s College London and an LLM from Leiden Law School.
Personal website: apb-ldn.org