New AtlanticistMar 5, 2021
The 5×5—Questioning basic assumptions in the cyber domain
By Simon Handler, Emma Schroeder
Challenging assumptions in cyberspace also means challenging assumptions about the theorists and strategists themselves. International Women’s Day, coming up on March 8, serves as a reminder to include female voices as a means of enriching policy discussions, producing more insightful work, and driving impact.
Event RecapFeb 10, 2021
Event recap | The geopolitics of emerging tech during the pandemic
By the GeoTech Center
A GeoTech Hour with panelists sharing insights on lessons learned, ongoing challenges, and requisite next steps to be taken when considering the intersection of geopolitics, modern technologies, and COVID-19 pandemic.
Event RecapSep 23, 2020
Event recap | Global supply chains disrupted: Additive manufacturing, onshoring, and COVID-19
By GeoTech Center
On Wednesday, September 23, the Atlantic Council's Geotech Center hosted an expert panel about the global uncertainty regarding the future of supply chains resulting from advances in additive manufacturing and compounded by increasing pressures from certain countries, including the United States, to revisit past offshoring decisions and potentially commence government-backed “onshoring” activities for strategic reasons.
Andrea Little Limbago was a nonresident fellow at the Atlantic Council’s GeoTech Center. She is a computational social scientist specializing in the intersection of national security, technology, and society. As the chief social scientist at Virtru, Andrea leads the company’s research and analytic work regarding the geopolitics of cybersecurity, global data protection and privacy trends, secure analytics, and digital authoritarianism. She oversees community engagement and corporate strategic partnerships and is a frequent contributor to industry program committees and mentorship programs. Andrea is also a co-director for the Emerging Tech and Cybersecurity Program at the National Security Institute at George Mason. Andrea previously taught in academia, was a technical lead at the Department of Defense, and was chief social scientist at Endgame. Andrea earned a PhD in Political Science from the University of Colorado at Boulder.