Jan Martin Lemnitzer is the founder of JML Cyber Policy Consulting and teaches cyber security policy at the department. He was co-organiser of the 2018 Odense Cyber Security conference (together with the ECFR) funded by the Danish Tech Ambassador and researches the emergence of cyber norms, national cyber strategies, the potential of cyber security insurance and cyber security company ratings, and the question of neutrality in cyber space.
He holds a PhD from the London School of Economics and was formerly Director of Studies at the Changing Character of War programme, Oxford University and Assistant Professor at the Center for War Studies, University of Southern Denmark. He has published widely on the emergence of global norms from the middle of the nineteenth century until today.
- Business Cyber Security: Analyzing and responding to threats in a digital world
I prefer supervising work using a qualitative approach, within:
- All aspects of cyber security policy making at the national or international level
(e.g. regulation or cyber norms)
- Cyber security risk management for businesses
- Cyber security insurance
- The politics of offensive cyber operations
- Historical Analogies in Cyber Security
- Lemnitzer, J. M. (2021). Why Cybersecurity Insurance should be Regulated and Compulsory. Journal of Cyber Policy, 1-19.
- Lemnitzer, J. (2014). Power, Law and the End of Privateering. Springer.