Tatiana Tropina is a senior researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law. In this capacity she has been involved in both legal research and various applied cybercrime projects at the international level, such as cybercrime study for the Global Symposium of Regulators (ITU, 2010), UNODC Comprehensive Cybercrime Study (2012-2013), research on the illicit financial flows and digital technologies for the World Development Report 2016, project with German Federal Criminal Police Office on improving mutual legal assistance on interception of electronic communications in the EU (2015-2018), and others. Her areas of expertise include international standards to fight cybercrime, digital investigations, self- and co-regulation to address cybersecurity issues, and the multi-stakeholder approach to cybersecurity. Tatiana has a number of publications to her credit, including a monograph on cybercrime. She holds a doctoral degree from the Far Eastern Federal University (Russia) and Master’s degree from the University of Strathclyde, UK.