I am a PhD candidate at the University of Twente, Netherlands in ‘Economics of Cybersecurity’ focusing on designing a Responsible Internet. I am a part of the CATRIN (Controllable, Accountable and Transparent Responsible Internet) project. With a background in computer science, business administration and consulting, I am dedicated to studying the Internet's current landscape. My focus includes examining digital policies in industrial, financial, and societal contexts, as well as cybersecurity strategies of businesses. By analyzing current incentives and gathering insights from the digital strategies of Internet companies, I aim to promote control, accountability and transparency over the Internet ecosystem. I aim to align stakeholders’ needs with digital policy recommendations to identify new business models that support the Responsible Internet, encouraging trust and economic viability.


  • Economics, Econometrics and Finance

    • EU Policies
    • Textual Analysis
  • Social Sciences

    • Documents
    • EU Policy
    • Sovereignty
    • Understanding
    • Conceptualization
    • Internet


Digitally Sovereign Europe

Controllable, Accountable, Transparent: Responsible Internet



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University of Twente

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