Caroline Baylon

Research Associate, Chatham House

Caroline Baylon is the Research Associate in Science, Technology, and Cyber Security in the International Security Department at Chatham House, where she specializes in cyber security, internet governance, and the science and technology aspects of international security. Caroline’s research has covered a range of topics from national cyber security strategies, critical infrastructure protection, cyber warfare, and cyber crime to privacy, net neutrality, and public-private partnerships. Prior to joining Chatham House, Caroline served as vice president of the Center for Strategic Decision Research, a think tank on global security in Paris, France. Caroline holds a Master of Science in Social Science of the Internet from Balliol College, University of Oxford and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Stanford University.

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