Dr. Amit Elazari is Head of Cybersecurity Policy at Intel, Lecturer at the UC Berkeley Master in Cybersecurity and Reichman University, Israel, and an External Advisor for the Center for Long Term Cybersecurity at UC Berkeley School of Information. The views expressed in this blog are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Intel. At Intel, she is responsible for executing Intel’s global security policy. Elazari participates in international standardization, currently serving as co-editor of ISO/IEC 27402, baseline security and privacy requirements for IoT devices. She also chairs the Cybersecurity Policy Committees for the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) and Open Source Security Foundation (OSSF). She holds a Doctoral Degree in the Law (J.S.D.) from Berkeley Law, and graduated summa cum laude three prior degrees in law and business. Her research appeared in leading academic journals, key conferences such as RSAC, Black Hat, DEFCON, and USENIX, and featured at the WSJ and NYT. She co-founded Disclose.io, a non-profit that foster adoptions of legal protections for good-faith security research. She has an extensive background in technical, policy and legal roles, and practiced High-Tech Law in Israel leading law firm, GKH Law.