Christina Rupp is Project Manager for International Cybersecurity Policy. Her work focusses on issues of cyber diplomacy and cyber foreign policy, especially with regard to international norms for responsible state behavior in cyberspace, as well as Germany’s cybersecurity architecture.
Christina specialized in foreign and international security policy during her studies of Political Science at the Universities of Copenhagen (M.Sc.), Bonn (B.A.) and Geneva as well as a second master program in Public International Law at the University of Amsterdam (LL.M.). In her master’s theses she examined the engagement of German cyber foreign policy in promoting international cyber norms and the toolkit available to states under international law for responding to malicious cyber operations.
Before joining SNV, she has gained practical insights into policy-making and processes of international relations at the Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Nations in New York, the German Federal Ministry of Defense, the Aspen Institute Germany as well as the German Federal Agency for Civic Education, among other institutions.