International Governance of Non-State Actors in Cyberspace

This video by Jaclyn Francis, developed around her Naval Postgraduate School Master’s thesis, “International Governance of Non-State Actors in Cyberspace: Is a Single Entity Sufficient for Dispute Resolution?,” explores an alternative approach for the international governance of the cyber domain.

About the Presenter

Jaclyn (Jackie) Francis serves as the Deputy Director for the Office of Intelligence (OI) Policy, Planning, and Programs Division with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Jaclyn joined CBP OI in 2009 as an Intelligence Research Specialist with the Collection Division, where she served for 10 years. In October 2019, Jackie assisted the OI Field Intelligence Division (FID) as its Senior Project Manager to develop and coordinate FID policy and strategic documents. In 2021, Jaclyn joined the OI Policy, Planning, and Programs Division to support priorities across the CBP Intelligence Enterprise. She co-chairs the Intelligence Management Advisory Group’s Doctrine, Policy, and Guidance Board, serves on the Department of Homeland Security’s Employee Network Board and Employee Association Council, and represents OI on the Operations Support Equality and Unity Action Committee. Jackie began her federal career in 2006 with the National Science Foundation, analyzing and developing procedures for the Division of Environmental Biology. Jackie holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the George Washington University and a Juris Doctor from the Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law, admitted to practice law since 2008. She recently earned her Master of Arts in Security Studies from the Naval Postgraduate School as an Outstanding Thesis Award finalist.

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