Dr Anna-Maria Osula is a senior policy officer at Guardtime, where she focuses on cybersecurity policy and regulation and supporting international R&D projects. She also is Senior Researcher and Lecturer at Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) and Research Fellow at Masaryk University under the project “Cyber Security, Cyber Crime and Critical Information Infrastructures Center of Excellence”. Previously, she worked as a legal researcher at the NATO CCDCOE, focusing on national cyber security strategies, international organisations, international criminal cooperation and norms. She has authored a number of publications, including co-editing the NATO CCDCOE book International Cyber Norms: Legal, Policy and Industry Perspectives. She is also the founder of an annual conference series “Interdisciplinary Cyber Research”, which has been organised by TalTech since 2015. In addition to a PhD in law from the University of Tartu, she holds an LLM degree in IT law from Stockholm University.