Florian Egloff is a Clarendon Scholar and DPhil Candidate in Cyber Security at Oxford’s Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security, supervised by Dr Lucas Kello. He focuses on the implications of cyber enabled national and transnational non-state actors to international security. He is interested in politics, intelligence, and the role of non-state actors in cyber security.
Florian provides input into the Oxford Martin School Global Cyber Security Capacity Building Centre's working group on cyber policy and cyber defence and contributes to the Cyber Studies Programme at the Department of Politics and International Relations. Florian has provided expert training for the UK Cabinet Office and Foreign & Commonwealth office in analytic methods and cyber security policy. He contributes to Oxford Analytica on matters of international security policy and cybersecurity. As a member of the Virtual Academic Network convened by International Institute of Strategic Studies on behalf of the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office, Florian provided academic support and expertise to cyber security policymakers in the UK (2014-2016).
Florian has a professional background working for the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs and banking. He completed his undergraduate studies in Law and International Affairs at the University of St. Gallen and holds a Masters of International Relations from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID, Geneva). He has been a visiting student at SciencesPo Paris and at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs at Yale University.