Camille François is a fellow at the Harvard Law School Berkman Center for Internet and Society and a visiting scholar at the Columbia University Arnold A. Saltzman Institute for War and Peace Studies. She is a researcher and lecturer specializing on cybersecurity policy, the governance of cyberspace, and the building of norms for cyberpeace. As a consultant she has worked with institutions such as the French Department of State, the Mozilla Foundation, the French-American Foundation, the French Digital Council and the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). In her earlier career, she worked at Google, managing market and policy research. Camille is a Fulbright Fellow, holds a Master's degree in International Security from the Columbia School of Public and International Affairs and a Master's degree in International Public Management from Sciences-Po Paris. Her work and opinions have been featured in media such as Scientific American, WIRED, The Guardian, and the BBC and she is frequently invited to lecture and present her work at national and international conferences.