Reputation plays a bigger role in internet security than meets the eye.
Jesse Sowell is a Postdoctoral Cybersecurity Fellow at Stanford’s Center for International Security and Cooperation. His research focuses on the non-state institutions that ensure internet security and stability. Analytically, Sowell's work combines internet operations, industrial political economy, and operations strategy to understand the supply and demand of institutional and organizational capabilities and capacities that make these institutions effective. Ongoing work explores how these transnational institutions engage with conventional state actors. He earned a Ph.D. from MIT’s Engineering Systems Division in 2015.
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