Kadri Kaska is a Senior Cybersecurity Expert at the e-Governance Academy (eGA), with her main areas of expertise in national cybersecurity strategy and governance frameworks, and domestic and international law. Prior to joining the eGA in 2022, she served for over a decade at the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) as a cybersecurity legal and policy researcher and Head of the Law Branch. During her time there, she was seconded to the Estonian Information System Authority, where she contributed to the agency’s activities in cyber threat assessment, policy analysis and legal drafting. Kadri has been the lead author and editor of annual Estonian Cybersecurity Assessments, one of the authors of Estonia’s Cybersecurity Act and the 2018 Cybersecurity Strategy, and has worked with several international and regional organisations in cybersecurity capacity building. Kadri holds a master’s degree in law from the University of Tartu and is currently pursuing studies in behavioral science at the same university.