Stacie Hoffmann

Stacie Hoffmann

Digital Policy & Cyber Security Consultant at Oxford Information Labs Ltd
Joined on July 22, 2019 – United Kingdom
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Stacie advises industry, government and policy makers globally on the intersection of technology and governance. She works on a range of issues including cyber security, data protection, emerging technologies, technical standards development, and the Internet addressing (DNS) ecosystem. She has substantial experience in risk assessment, strategy development, research, data analysis and writing. Stacie is an experienced speaker, moderator, and comentator on cyber issues including for broadcast news. She is a CESG certified Cyber Security/Information Assurance Auditor Practitioner and holds a certificate in ISO/IEC 27001 Information Security Management Principles.

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5G Real Security Threats Lost in Trump's Twitter Diplomacy

A new report on 5G and geopolitics by Oxford Information Labs details the complex landscape of 5G security. Importantly, it draws out how a variety of proven technical concerns around the quality of Huawei security practices and equipment are drowned out by the US' Twitter diplomacy. Critical international dialogue on genuine cybersecurity concerns relating to 5G and Huawei are being lost in the noise of the US-China trade war. more

Recalibrating the DoH Debate

At the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) it is time we accept the wide range of drivers behind (and implications of) standards and for stakeholders to start listening to each other. A protocol recently released by the IETF, DNS over HTTPS (DoH), is at the centre of an increasingly polarised debate. This is because DoH uses encryption in the name of security and privacy and re-locates DNS resolution to the application layer of the Internet. more

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Internet GovernanceCybersecurityInternet ProtocolDNSInternet of ThingsTelecomMobile InternetPolicy & RegulationWireless

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