Hoogleraar Cybersecurity Governance bij Universiteit Leiden
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Prof. dr. Bibi van den Berg has an MA and a PhD from Erasmus University’s Department of Philosophy. During her undergraduate degree and her PhD she specialized in philosophy of technology. After completing her PhD Van den Berg transferred to Tilburg University for a 3-year postdoc appointment at the Tilburg Institute of Law, Technology and Society. In January 2012 she transferred to Leiden University’s Law School, to join eLaw, the Center for Law & Digital Technologies as an assistant professor. Since the summer of 2015 Prof.dr. Van den Berg works at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs (ISGA), which is part of the Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs in The Hague. She is head of the research group Cybersecurity Governance at this institute. Van den Berg’s research interests include: (1) cybersecurity, (2) governance of security and safety (3) regulating human behavior through the use of technologies (techno-regulation and nudging), (4) privacy and identity, and (5) robotics and artificial intelligence. She teaches in Leiden University’s Bachelor Security Studies and in the Executive Master Cyber Security (a joint program together with TU Delft and The Hague University of Applied Sciences).
Van den Berg is a member of the Dutch Cyber Security Council, a Council that advises the Dutch Cabinet on how to improve cybersecurity in the Netherlands. She is also a member of the Board of Advisers for IT of the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) of the Netherlands.