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Maarja Naagel

Researcher at the Law Branch of the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence

Maarja Naagel is a Researcher at the Law Branch of the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence.

Her research area is public international law, including the law of armed conflict, and how it applies in cyberspace. In addition to her research efforts, she also participates in international cyber exercises and provides training on international law. Before joining the Centre, she served as a Legal Adviser at the Estonian Ministry of Defence.

Ms. Naagel received a master’s degree at the University of Tartu, has participated in a number of specialised international law courses, and studied at the Baltic Defence College Civil Servants Course. Before entering the realm of national defence and international security, she worked in cultural administration (Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival) and legal translation (European Court of Justice).

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Commentary

Law and Order in Cyberspace

Maarja Naagel, Researcher at the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, argues that we should reject the mystifying rhetoric of “legal vacuum” in cyberspace and instead stay firm in our commitment to the rules-based international order.

9 February 2018 | Maarja Naagel
Global Security