Andreas Kuehn

Andreas Kuehn

Dr. Kuehn is a Senior Program Associate within the EastWest Institute's Global Cooperation in Cyberspace program ( ), where he leads the development of EWI's breakthrough group efforts on increasing the global availability and use of secure ICT products and services; secure, resilient cities and the "internet of things"; and ubiquitous encryption and lawful government access. His expertise focuses on emerging information technology challenges at the intersection of cybersecurity, digital policy, internet governance and international security.

Prior to joining the EastWest Institute, Dr. Kuehn conducted research on cybersecurity policy, vulnerability markets and disclosure arrangements as a cybersecurity fellow at Stanford University's Center for International Security and Cooperation. He was an adjunct researcher at the RAND Corporation, conducting work on markets, risk pricing and assessment in the cyber insurance industry, and examined the implications of deep packet inspection technology (DPI) on internet governance ( while a Ph.D. researcher at Syracuse University.

Dr. Kuehn worked in various positions for the Austrian Ministry of Finance, the Swiss E-Government Institute, the Swiss Federal Office of Communications and the Malaysian National Advanced IPv6 Centre of Excellence. The Austrian Computer Society awarded him an eGovernment Innovation Award for his research on multidisciplinary actor coordination and collaboration in large scale public ICT efforts. He holds a doctorate in information science and technology from the School of Information Studies, Syracuse University, and an M.S. in information systems from the University of Zurich, Switzerland. He is originally from Zurich, Switzerland.

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