Doctoral Law Candidate, Grantee
UC Berkeley School of Law, The Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity
Amit is a doctoral law candidate at UC Berkeley School of Law and a Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity Grantee. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from her LL.M. (Master of Laws) in IDC, Israel following the submission of a research thesis in the field of intellectual property law and standard-form contracts and she holds an LL.B. and a B.A. in Business Administration (Summa Cum Laude) from IDC, Israel. Her research work on technology law has been published in leading legal and privacy journals, presented in conferences such as RSA, USENIX Enigma, IPSC, PLSC, ESCAR, BsidesLV, BsidesSF, DEF CON-Skytalks and Women in Cybersecurity, and featured in popular news sites such as the Vice (Motherboard), the Washington Post, The Guardian and the Verge. Additionally, Amit teaches at Berkeley’s Legal Studies program and serves as the submissions editor of BTLJ, the world’s leading Tech Law Journal. On 2018, Amit was granted a CLTC grant for her work on private ordering regulating cybersecurity.
Keywords: Cybersecurity, law, policy, artificial intelligence, bug bounties, privacy, intellectual property