Dr Anna-Maria Osula is a senior policy officer at the Estonian software security company Guardtime, with a focus on cybersecurity policy and regulation and supporting international R&D projects. She also serves as a senior researcher and lecturer at Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech), and as a research fellow at Masaryk University under the project “Cyber Security, Cyber Crime and Critical Information Infrastructures Center of Excellence”. She previously worked as a legal researcher at the NATO CCD COE, focusing on national cybersecurity strategies, international organisations, and international criminal cooperation and norms. She has authored a number of publications, including co-editing the NATO CCD COE 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.