KADRI KASKA

KADRI KASKA

Legal and Policy Researcher, NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence - Estonia

Kadri Kaska is a legal and policy researcher at the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence. Since joining the organisation in 2008, she has conducted research in a variety of topics pertaining to national cyber security, from ICT legal frameworks to public international law and from national strategy to policy aspects of cyber security. Her current research focus is on national cyber security strategies and organisational models, in particular cyber aspects of crisis management. She also manages the Centre’s online resources on national cyber security strategies and organisations.

Prior to joining the NATO CCD COE in 2008, she served as a legal adviser to the national Communications Regulatory Authority and the National Competition Authority, participating in the drafting of national telecommunications legislation and advising on communications resource management, standards, and competition issues. Kadri holds a master’s degree in law from the University of Tartu, Estonia.