Kristen Csenkey is a PhD (ABD) at the Balsillie School of International Affairs. She is a Fellow with the North American and Arctic Defence and Security Network (NAADSN) and the Canadian Global Affairs Institute (CGAI). Kristen’s research focuses on cyber governance and understanding the global security entanglements of emerging technologies. She publishes widely on these topics, with special attention to knowledge mobilization activities and policy applicability.
Kristen’s research contributions are recognized through numerous awards, accolades, and scholarships. Kristen was the recipient of the 2020 Women in Defence and Security Canada (WiDS)–CGAI Fellowship Award and was acknowledged as an Emerging Thought Leader in Digital Security by Women in International Security Canada (WIIS-C) in 2020.
Kristen is often called to give expert advice to various federal government departments in Canada. Currently, she is the Principal Investigator of three Department of National Defence-funded research projects, focusing on the topics of quantum computing, cybersecurity, connected technologies in the Canadian aviation ecosystem, and cyber-resilient electric vehicles.
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- Event Report: The North American Arctic Forum Event Report, March 2021
- Strategic Perspective: An Opportunity for NORAD Modernization in a Joint CA-US Cyber Component, by Kristen Csenkey and MCpl Dominique Philippe Genest, January 2021. Publié en français avec le Réseau d’analyse stratégique
- Strategic Perspective: An Opportunity for NORAD Modernization in a Joint CA-US Cyber Component, by Kristen Csenkey and MCpl Dominique Philippe Genest, January 2021
- Strategic Perspective: Cyber Capacity Building in the Canadian Arctic and the North, by Kristen Csenkey and Maj. Bruno Perron, October 2020
- Quick Impact: Governing the Future(s) of Emerging Technologies in Canada, by Kristen Csenkey and Nina Bindel, August 2020