Nathalie Van Raemdonck is an Associate Analyst at the EUISS primarily working on the EU Cyber Direct project supporting EU Cyber Diplomacy. Her expertise covers Cybersecurity, information warfare and its legal dimensions. She holds a MsC in Political Science from the university of Brussels (VUB) and an LLM in international security from the Free university of Amsterdam (VU). Prior to joining the EUISS, Nathalie worked for the Centre for Cybersecurity Belgium, focusing on improving national capacity.
This Chaillot Paper, the 150th produced by the EUISS, aims to alert decision-makers to potential developments with significant strategic impact while they can still prepare for, or even avoid them. This is done using two methods combined: horizon-scanning as well as single scenario-building.