National Security, Cyber Warfare, International Relations
Gil Bar'am, Research Director at the Yuval Ne'eman Workshop for Science Technology and Security, an expert in Cyber and Space Policy and the relationship and correlations of technology in changing the warfare and national security. In addition, Gil is a researcher at the Belutnik Cyber Center (ICRC) and also a fellow researcher in the Centre of Excellence for National Security in Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. Gil is Doctoral student in the honors program of the School of Political Science and International Relations in the University of Tel-Aviv (TAU), and also holds an M.A. (Cum Laude) in Security Studies in the Tel-Aviv University. Her research in her M.A. dealt with the impact of cyber warfare technology on the Israeli and American security doctrines and organizational behaviors in the last decade. Her doctoral dissertation deals with the strategy of countries under cyber attacks. Bar'am's articles have been published in various publications, such as "Ma'arachot", "Quarterly", "Middle East Foreign Affairs", "Acta Astronautica". Her future articles are going to be published in the "Comparative Strategy" and "Israel Studies Review". During her studies, Bar'am was awarded numerous awards and research grants, such as the Goldman Scholarship for Improving the Government and the Atlas Scholarship for outstanding female researchers in the security realm.