ECCRI provides a European venue for academic and policy dialogue on cyber conflict.

As a member-driven organisation dedicated to making high-quality, original research accessible to policymakers and the general public, ECCRI is the first organisation of its kind in Europe.

Fellowship Program

The ECCRI European Cybersecurity Fellowship is a year-long program that aims to help talented young European professionals accelerate their careers in cybersecurity policy.

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Research Workshops

Virtual Research Workshops provide cybersecurity researchers and practitioners with a platform to present and get feedback on research projects and papers.

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Research and Publications

The Oxford Cyber Forum: Registration Now Open

22 Apr 2024

Join us at the Oxford Cyber Forum, a partnership between the European Cyber Conflict Research Initiative (ECCRI) and the Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford, which serves as a crucial platform for dialogue among government officials, academics, civil society and private sector leaders on the evolving landscape of cyber conflict and security.

Announcing the 2024-2025 ECCRI European Cybersecurity Fellowship Cohort: Fresh Perspectives, Collective Growth

21 Mar 2024

The ECCRI European Cybersecurity Fellowship welcomes fourteen new fellows for 2024-2025 from government, civil society, academia and the private sector.

ECCRI Virtual Research Workshops – Spring session calendar out now

18 Mar 2024

ECCRI Virtual Research Workshops are back with the Spring session (March – June 2024) calendar! This year will feature senior and upcoming scholars presenting new research on the relationship between cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and other emerging technologies.

While the economic and social impacts of AI have dominated headlines over the last year, the implications of AI for cybersecurity (both offence and defence) have received less attention.

On the other hand, cybersecurity is one aspect of AI safety and security more broadly, and the course of cybersecurity policy offers important lessons for nascent AI governance conversations. Beyond AI, there are other emerging technologies – such as quantum computing, next-generation semiconductors, and biotechnologies – that also have the potential to significantly change the cybersecurity landscape. Our four workshops will shine a light on these rapidly evolving challenges, be sure to tune in!