Nonresident Fellow, Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security
TopicsCyber Policy, Cyber Security, NATO and its Partners, US Cyber Policy, US Foreign Policy
RegionsCentral Europe, Europe
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- November 14, 2017The decision by NATO ministers to set up a cyber operations center is an important step toward implementing recognition of cyberspace as a domain of operations in which the Alliance must defend itself as effectively as it does in the…
- August 21, 2017Recently, there have been a number of articles that explore the important and ongoing debate about the capabilities and policies NATO needs in order to deter and defend against the ever-looming cyber threats. While many such articles accurately highlight the…
- March 17, 2016
- October 22, 2015Brent Scowcroft Center Associate Director Klara Tothova Jordan cowrites for The Hill with Chief of Innovation for Thomson Reuters Special Services Jason Thomas on how recent data breaches reveal a new trend in cyberattacks being used as a foreign policy tool designed to…
- October 06, 2015Brent Scowcroft Center Associate Director Klara Tothova Jordan joins BBC World to discuss the decision by the European Union's highest court to strike down the transatlantic data pact:
Jordan is government affairs manager in policy and privacy division of FireEye, a global cybersecurity company, focusing on providing insight to FireEye on opportunities and risks that stem from emerging policy, laws, and regulation.
Prior to joining FireEye in November 2015, Jordan worked for two years at the Atlantic Council, rising to the level of deputy director at the Cyber Statecraft Initiative. While at the Council, she supported the Atlantic Council’s programming on cybersecurity, focusing on cybercrime, cyberespionage, and cyberwarfare, and led the programming on NATO and EU cybersecurity issues.
Jordan has authored op-eds in The Hill, Christian Science Monitor, The National Internet, Defense One, and Huffington Post and contributed to reports on cyber confidence building measures and NATO cyber capabilities.
Prior to the Atlantic Council, Jordan served as international law fellow at the American Society of International Law and for three years on the legal staff of NATO's Allied Command Transformation Staff Element Europe at SHAPE. Jordan earned her LLM from the Law School of University of Groningen in the Netherlands. She also holds master’s in Interdisciplinary European Studies from Institute of Advanced European Studies in Strasbourg, France and earned her law degree from Law School of Matej Bel's University in her native Slovakia.