Andrijana Gavrilović
Digital Policy Researcher

Ms Andrijana Gavrilović is a digital policy researcher at DiploFoundation. In her research, she focuses on internet governance and cybersecurity. She is a curator at the GIP Digital Watch (DW) observatory, where she follows global developments regarding cybercrime, critical infrastructure, and violent extremism online, and closely coordinates the work of curators within the DW ‘Cybersecurity’ basket. Andrijana assists the DW editor in coordinating the DW team of experts. She obtained a BA in International Relations and an MA in International Security from the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade.


What’s new with cybersecurity negotiations? The second cyber OEWG’s organisational session

16 June 2021

Two weeks ago, the second cyber Open-Ended Working Group (OEWG), which will be active until 2025, held its first organisational session to determine how and when it will conduct its work. This second cyber OEWG start...

What’s new with cybersecurity negotiations? The UN GGE 2021 Report

06 June 2021

The UN Group of Governmental Experts (GGE) was declared ‘dead’ after it didn’t produce a consensus report in 2017. The last, much-lauded and often invoked report was adopted by the GGE in 2015. Yet in December 2...

A new landmark in global cybersecurity negotiations: UN Cyber OEWG in numbers

18 March 2021

Now that everyone’s morning news frequently feature cyberattacks that cause real damage to human health, safety, economic income and threaten nations’ political stability and elections; cybersecurity is finally ma...

[Briefing #65] Internet governance in May 2020

02 June 2020

Tech in geopolitics, data tracing apps in focus, and cyber-attacks returning to ‘normal’ were among the main digital policy trends in May 2020. These and many other developments were covered during May’s just...