We are delighted to announce that Kit Palmer, Analyst at SecAlliance, has been accepted to the prestigious European Cyber Conflict Research Initiative Program (ECCRI).
The ECCRI programme is a year-long fellowship that has been designed to develop highly talented young European professionals who are interested in accelerating their career in cyber security.
As an ECCRI Fellow, Kit will participate in a series of expert-led workshops, receive support in policy-relevant writing and attend networking events, in addition to writing and publishing an op-ed on a relevant topic. After graduating from the programme, she will also join the ECCRI alumni network for continued support, mentoring and networking opportunities.
“Congratulations to Kit for being accepted on this programme that recognises some of the most talented people in our industry,” said Rob Dartnall, CEO of SecAlliance. “This is a reflection of her excellent work and research background at SecAlliance and we are all incredibly proud of her. We look forward to seeing how the programme helps her to further grow and flourish in the industry and will support her in any way we can.”
The European Cyber Conflict Research Initiative (ECCRI) promotes the interdisciplinary study of cyber conflict and statecraft in Europe and beyond. It exists to make rigorous, objective research on cyber conflict and statecraft accessible to policy-makers and the general public. For more information go to: https://eccri.eu/