Jamie Collier

 Jamie Collier

Research topic:
Cyber Security and International Relations
Degree course:
DPhil
Supervisor(s):
Email:
jamie.collier@cybersecurity.ox.ac.uk

Research Themes:
Cyber security International relations International security Violence security and conflict 

Academic Profile

Jamie Collier is a DPhil Candidate in Cyber Security at Oxford’s Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security. His research focuses on states’ use of proxies in the cyber domain and the role of normative-ideational factors in determining state-proxy relationships. Jamie also has an interest in cyber security strategy, cyber crisis management and cyber crime. Within the Department of Politics and International Relations, Jamie participates in the work of the Cyber Studies Programme as a Research Affiliate.

Jamie is a member of the Virtual Academic Network convened by International Institute of Strategic Studies on behalf of the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office. The network provides academic support and expertise to cyber security policymakers in the UK. Jamie also has previous work experience with the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence and PwC India. Alongside his DPhil studies, Jamie writes for Cyber Security Intelligence and blogs at Cyber Security Relations.

Publications

Jamie Collier 'Strategies of Cyber Crisis Management: Lessons from the Approaches of Estonia and the United Kingdom' (Forthcoming)

Richard Dearlove, Christopher Andrew, Stefan Halper, Peter Martland, Alan Dawson, Alfred Rolington and Jamie Collier 'Cash is King. The Digital Revolution: The Future of Cash' Cambridge Security Initiative Report (2016). 

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